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Fundamental Quantum Mechanics for Engineers

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Fundamental Quantum Mechanics for Engineers
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Number of pages: 783

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This book was primarily written for engineering graduate students who find themselves caught up in nano technology. The text covers the real quantum mechanics, it is not just a summary of selected results. The first part of this book provides a solid introduction to classical (i.e. nonrelativistic) quantum mechanics. The second part discusses more advanced topics.

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