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.
I took the University of Michigan's Physics 511 course from this book. At first I found it too wordy and indirect but over the course of the term it really grew on me. Read morePublished on Feb. 8 2004 by Russell Miller
I agree with Mr. Jacob; this is a classic for good reasons. A student with an introductory QM course under his/her belt will enjoy the more advanced subjects (2nd quantisation,... Read morePublished on Dec 1 1999
Hi, This book is very poor in helping students trying to solve its problems. The problems are such a great extension of what is covered in each chapter, I'm not even sure if most... Read morePublished on Oct. 14 1999 by Jonathan David