Introduction to Quantum Mechanics

@article{Villaseor1945IntroductionTQ,
  title={Introduction to Quantum Mechanics},
  author={Eduardo Villase{\~n}or},
  journal={Nature},
  year={1945},
  volume={155},
  pages={772-772}
}
THIS modestly named volume is in fact a comprehensive treatise covering the whole subject of quantum mechanics. It summarizes the relevant basic discoveries of Planck, Compton, Einstein and Bohr in convenient mathematical form.Introduction to Quantum MechanicsBy D. E. Blochintsev. (In Russian.) Pp. 484 + 79 plates. (Moscow and Leningrad: Unified State Publishing Co., 1944.) 18 roubles. 
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