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Written by the author of the best-selling E & M text, this text is designed to teach students how to DO quantum mechanics. Part I covers the basic theory; Part II develops approximation schemes and real-world applications.
cheaper than the second edition, but completely re-written chapter 3Published 1 month ago by Seo WOo
I can't understand why Mr. Griffiths' undergraduate physics books are so popular. The low intellectual level of his writing can only discourage more advanced students, yet the... Read morePublished on Feb. 26 2004 by Brian Copp
This book does what it was designed to do - introduce the reader to quantum mechanics by connecting familiar newtonian mechanics to the strange world of the quantum. Read morePublished on Dec 23 2003
I used this in my Intro to Quantum Class a few years ago and found while problems in the book were great at making you think about the material, the book lacked useful examples,... Read morePublished on Nov. 20 2003 by B. Jemella
If you are like many beginning chemistry/physics students and you feel intimidated by QM you will love this book. Read morePublished on May 20 2003 by Brig Young
Perhaps people not expecting too much from an introductory text would be satisfied by the treatment of quantum mechanics in this book, but for those who want a no-holds-barred,... Read morePublished on May 5 2003
This is a great introduction to Quantum Mechanics with the right doses of math, physics and good prose. Read morePublished on April 29 2003
What an uninspired, leaden, workmanlike book. Quantum by the numbers, turn the math handle and crank out the answers. Read morePublished on April 8 2003
One can reliably expect that a book writen by David Griffiths is clearly written. Unfortunately, he writes at too elementary a level, both in terms of physics and mathematics. Read morePublished on Feb. 14 2003