The Feynman Lectures on Physics, Volume 3This revised edition of Feynman’s legendary lectures includes extensive corrections Feynman and his colleagues received and Caltech approved, making this the definitive edition ofThe Feynman Lectures on Physics. For all readers interested in physics. 
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User Review  Robert Stayton  GoodreadsThe Feynman Lectures on Physics are a real treasure for physics students, or anyone interested in physics. He blends humor with wonderfully clear and original explanations of physical phenomena. He ... Read full review
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The Relation of Wave and Particle  21 
Probability Amplitudes  31 
The Hamiltonian Matrix  78 
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