Modern Quantum Mechanics

@inproceedings{Sakurai1986ModernQM,
  title={Modern Quantum Mechanics},
  author={Jun John Sakurai and J. Napolitano},
  year={1986}
}
1. Fundamental Concepts. 2. Quantum Dynamics. 3. Theory of Angular Momentum. 4. Symmetry in Quantum Mechanics. 5. Approximation Methods. 6. Identical Particles. 7. Scattering Theory. Appendices. Supplements. Bibliography. Index. 

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