## Introductory Quantum MechanicsCareful and detailed explanations of challenging concepts, and comprehensive and up-to-date coverage in this best-selling quantum mechanics book, continue to set the standard in physics education. In this new edition, a new chapter on the revolutionary topic of of quantum computing (not currently covered in any other book at this level) and thorough updates to the rest of the book bring it up to date. For anyone interested physics or quantum mechanics. |

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### Contents

Review of Concepts of Classical Mechanics | 3 |

Experiments and Theories | 28 |

The Postulates of Quantum Mechanics Operators | 64 |

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