The Feynman Lectures on Physics, Volume 3AddisonWesley Publishing Company, 1965  Physics 
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User Review  jculkin  LibraryThingLike most others who get a chance to know about him, I adore what was Richard Feynman and find him a source of continual inspiration. I study physics at university, and I've given this book a try. It ... Read full review
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User Review  ojodelince  LibraryThingThis review applies to all three volumes of the Feynman Lectures on Physics. According to the preface (original edition, 1964) these lectures were an experiment in physics teaching. Some think they ... Read full review
Contents
The Hamiltonian Matrix  78 
Identical Particles  84 
Spin  95 
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