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Funky Mathematical Physics Concepts

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Funky Mathematical Physics Concepts
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Publisher: UCSD
Number of pages: 205

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This text covers some of the unusual or challenging concepts in graduate mathematical physics. This work is meant to be used with any standard text, to help emphasize those things that are most confusing for new students.

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