I would look for another book to understand grad level Quantum.Published 1 month ago by Jonathan Monson
One very very thick book!
Merzbacher's Quantum Mechanics is not the most popular graduate text for QM; however, it is one of the options that some professors will choose. Read more
The book is really what I wanted. And its is very cheap. It costs me only 12 USD. Really good!Published 20 months ago by Zhangjin Chen
My friends who attended physics grad school at Cornell in the mid 1970's told me that Hans Bethe's lectures for the standard grad level quantum mechanics course consisted of him... Read morePublished on December 12, 2010 by Ulfilas
I have found this book more difficult to read than other quantum mechanics books I have used. I feel as though a different ordering of topics would be beneficial, for example, the... Read morePublished on November 23, 2010 by Nic
Many of the reviews complain that this book is not good at helping students understand quantum mechanics.
First of all, this is not an introductory text. Read more
I took the University of Michigan's Physics 511 course from this book. At first I found it too wordy and indirect but over the course of the term it really grew on me. Read morePublished on February 8, 2004 by Russell Miller
This book was originally written to make Schiffs book on quantum mechanics available to a wider audience. It was supposed to be simpler and more readable. Never happened. Read morePublished on September 11, 2003 by James H. McDuffie