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Publication Date: 1967
Sakurai, J. J.
The eleventh printing of this renowned book confirms its status as a classic. The book presents major advances in fundamentals of quantum physics from 1927 to the present. No familiarity with relativistic quantum mechanics or quantum field theory is presupposed; however, the reader is assumed to be familiar with non-relativistic quantum mechanics, classical electrodynamics, and classical mechanics. The author's clear presentation focuses on key concepts, particularly experimental work in the field.Sakurai, J. J. is the author of 'Advanced Quantum Mechanics', published 1967 under ISBN 9780201067101 and ISBN 0201067102.
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