Eugen Merzbacher - Science - 1970 - 621 pages
Provides a systematic and orderly development of the whole of quantum mechanics in terms of its applications to atomic, nuclear, particle, and solid state physics.
Karl T. Hecht - Science - 2000 - 760 pages
Readers are guided from the familiar coordinate representation of quantum mechanics to the modern algebraic approach, with emphasis on symmetry principles. After an ...
Stephen Gasiorowicz - Science - 1974 - 514 pages
Provides an extensive introduction to quantum mechanics, with great emphasis on applications to a large part of modern physics.
Lesli E. Ballentine - Science - 1998 - 658 pages
"the book is of greatest benefit to students of quantum mechanics who want to learn more than solely computational recipes and predictive tools of the theory, and, in this ...