Designed for students familiar with abstract mathematics but not physics, this graduate-level text was written by a member of the National Academy of Science. It introduces fundamentals of classical mechanics; surveys basics of quantum mechanics; and concludes with a look at group theory and quantum ... read more
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Designed for students familiar with abstract mathematics but not physics, this graduate-level text was written by a member of the National Academy of Science. It introduces fundamentals of classical mechanics; surveys basics of quantum mechanics; and concludes with a look at group theory and quantum mechanics of the atom. 1963 edition.
Reprint of the W. A. Benjamin, Inc., New York, 1963 edition.
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