Ok, so it’s been a while since I’ve dug up some good free physics ebooks. So today I would like to share 3 beginner level books on Quantum mechanics. Now by “beginner level” in this case I mean mostly undergrad students. These books cover the basics like wave-particle duality, Schrodinger’s equation, potentials, tunneling and so on. So if you feel if you are a little bit rusty on maths, or haven’t studied physics I would suggest visiting our free book list and checking out some of the introductory books.
|Quantum Physics I by W.L. Barnes|
This one is basically a set of lecture notes from a course on quantum mechanics at the University of Exeter. The lectures include:
and so on…
|The Basics of Quantum Mechanics |
This one is 45 page long introduction into quantum mechanics, covering mostly Schrodinger equation and a little bit of potentials. Dirac’s notation is almost nonexistent in this one, so if you hate that, this is the book for you. More info about the book.
|Introduction to Quantum Mechanics by A.C. Phillips|
This one is a full length introductory text book, which I would recommend mostly from this list. It covers basically everything you need to know to have a basic understanding of the subject. The book is easy to read and also has a lot of examples and problems with chosen solutions.