The Feynman Lectures on Physics: Quantum mechanics 
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Review: The Feynman Lectures on Physics
User Review  Scott Simon  GoodreadsJust started, but I've never seen a physics book like this before. The intent is to make things clear and bring across the beauty of science and questioning. I'll follow up when finished, but it's like wine. You might take awhile to finish this one. Read full review
Review: The Feynman Lectures on Physics
User Review  Bradley Gramhansen  GoodreadsQuite possibly, the best series of books on the whole spectrum of undergraduate physics ever written. I envy those taught by Feynman. The books are concise, full of examples and best of all very easy to read, although it will take you a good while to read them all and digest all that information. Read full review
Contents
The Dependence of Amplitudes on Time  71 
The Hamiltonian Matrix  78 
Identical Particles  84 
Copyright  
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