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The material for these volumes has been selected from 20 years of examination questions for graduate students at the University of California at Berkeley, Columbia University, University of Chicago, MIT, SUNY at Buffalo, Princeton University and the University of Wisconsin.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 1.5" Width: 6" Height: 8.5" Weight: 2.35 lbs.
Publisher World Scientific Publishing Company
ISBN 9810231334 ISBN13 9789810231330
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revista Nov 22, 2007
I'm glad to pursache this book of problems of quantum mechanics because it is a great variety of them from varios universitys. Thank you.
A Treasure Oct 7, 2002
All of these books titled "Problems and Solutions on (subject): Major American Universities Ph.D. Qualifying Questions and Solutions" are invaluable tools for a physics graduate student, in my experience. For quantum mechanics in particular, solved problems often illustrate difficult concepts better than any explanatory paragraph in a text.
Criticism: Sparse index and contents. You'll find yourself adding notes to pages in the book quite often.
If you are a student in physics, I suggest that you get your hands on these books.
An excellent handbook on the subject Jan 17, 2002
Sometimes it is very difficult to teach a course in quantum mechanics because there are few problems that have solutions that do not require months of research and numerical methods to solve. I have found that in my own courses on quantum mechanics, I take a lot of notes and I do a lot of homework assignments, but I don't have a whole lot of concrete, well-explained problems and solutions to show for all of the work. Since I found this book and those that accompany it, however, I have a very good source for problems and their solutions in QM. These problems are an excellent study aid for the solutions provide insight into the basics of the field. Strongly recommended.
The Editor Needs Glasses Nov 8, 2001
I study physics in Chile, and this book has been pretty useful for a first course in QM, but I have to note that the first 170 pages are titled "Problems and Solutions on Electromagnetism"! I hope someone gets word to the editor....
Other than that, I'm pretty sure this book will find a place on your private shelf.