**Consistent Quantum Theory**

by Robert B. Griffiths

**Publisher**: Cambridge University Press 2003**ISBN/ASIN**: 0521539293**ISBN-13**: 9780521539296**Number of pages**: 408

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This volume elucidates the consistent quantum theory approach to quantum mechanics at a level accessible to university students in physics, chemistry, mathematics, and computer science, making this an ideal supplement to standard textbooks. Griffiths provides a clear explanation of points not yet adequately treated in traditional texts and which students find confusing, as do their teachers.

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