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"The book contains almost six hundred examples, problems and exercises, some of them fully solved. They are intended to empower students to become independent learners and adept practitioners of quantummechanics." (Mathematical Reviews, July 2010)
“Zettili provides a second edition of this textbook on quantum mechanics. The material is suitable for two undergraduate semesters and one graduate level semester.” ( Book News, September 2009)
The textbook begins with the origins of quantum physics and then continues with the mathematical tools of quantum mechanics and the postulates of quantum mechanics. The next chapters cover one-dimensional problems, angular momentum, and three-dimensional problems. Subsequent chapters deals with rotations and addition of angular momenta, identical particles, approximation methods for stationary states, time-dependent perturbation theory, and scattering theory. The text contains many worked examples and numerous comprehensive problems with step-by-step solutions designed to help the reader master the machinery of quantum mechanics.
Quantum Mechanics: Concepts and Applications – Second Edition:
This text aimed at undergraduates and graduate students needing a textbook for a comprehensive treatment of quantum mechanics that is backed by an abundance of examples and fully solved, multistep problems. The book may also be useful for researchers needing a quick, practical guide covering the various techniques that are highly useful to manipulate the formalism of quantum mechanics.--This text refers to the Hardcover edition.
Perhaps my impressions were tainted by the class itself, but I don't like the way this book develops quantum mechanics, and its bias for the Schroedinger route, rather than a more... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Noah L Cooper
Well, I'm currently in the middle of chapter 5, and I have to say its not my favorite book.
1) Mathematical theorems and ideas are presented in a horrible way. Read more
The first time I took Modern Physics I failed horribly, however, it should be noted that I didn't even try to read this book as I never seen a small book with so many weird symbols... Read morePublished 10 months ago by Chukuka O.
A little bit of background here. I used Griffiths for two semester worth of undergraduate physics quantum course. I bought this book during my first semester as a supplement. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Not Available
Aside from a few inconsistencies in notation this is an acceptable quantum mechanics book. It is honestly very readable especially given the subject.Published 13 months ago by Amazon Customer