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- Angular momentum
- Applications of group theory in quantum mechanics
- Are quanta real? : a Galilean dialogue
- Chaos in classical and quantum mechanics
- Classical and quantum dynamics : from classical paths to path integrals
- Classical, semi-classical and quantum noise
- Constructive quantum field theory II
- Density matrix theory and applications
- Differential geometry, group representations, and quantization
- Dijet angular distributions in proton-proton collisions : At [square root] = 7 TeV and [square root]s = 14 TeV
- Dreams of a final theory
- Dynamical symmetries for nanostructures : implicit symmetries in single-electron transport through real and artificial molecules
- Dynamical theory of crystal lattices,
- Einstein and our world
- Electroweak and strong interactions : phenomenology, concepts, models
- Elementary quantum mechanics
- Elements of advanced quantum theory
- Emission, absorption, and transfer of radiation in heated atmospheres,
- Foundations of quantum mechanics
- Foundations of quantum mechanics.
- From special relativity to Feynman diagrams : a course of theoretical particle physics for beginners
- From the web to the grid and beyond : computing paradigms driven by high-energy physics
- Functional integration and quantum physics
- Fundamental principles of modern theoretical physics,
- Geometry and physics
- Gruppentheorie und Quantenmechanik,
- Induced representations of groups and quantum mechanics
- Intermediate quantum mechanics
- Intermediate quantum mechanics.
- Introduction to quantum mechanics : with applications to chemistry
- Invariants and the evolution of nonstationary quantum systems
- Inverse problems in quantum scattering theory
- Lectures on quantum mechanics
- Lie algebras, cohomology, and new applications to quantum mechanics : AMS special session on lie algebras, cohomology, and new applications to quantum mechanics, March 20-21, 1992, Southern Missouri State University
- Mathematics for quantum mechanics; : an introductory survey of operators, eigenvalues, and linear vector spaces
- Mind, matter, and quantum mechanics
- Modern quantum mechanics
- Modern quantum mechanics
- Multipole fields
- New foundations of quantum mechanics
- New frontiers in quantum electrodynamics and quantum optics
- Non-relativistic quantum mechanics, : an introduction
- Nonrelativistic mechanics
- Nuclear physics with polarized particles
- Perturbation methods in the quantum mechanics of n-electron systems
- Photon-atom interactions
- Principles of quantum mechanics
- Quantum concepts in space and time
- Quantum detection and estimation theory
- Quantum logic
- Quantum measurement and chaos
- Quantum mechanics
- Quantum mechanics
- Quantum mechanics
- Quantum mechanics in curved space-time
- Quantum mechanics in mathematics, chemistry, and physics
- Quantum physics, illusion or reality?
- Quantum probability
- Quantum statistical mechanics; : Green's function methods in equilibrium and nonequilibrium problems
- Quantum theory of open systems
- Quantum theory of solids
- Quantum triangulations : moduli spaces, strings, and quantum computing
- Representing finite groups : a semisimple introduction
- Sixty-two years of uncertainty : historical, philosophical, and physical inquiries into the foundations of quantum mechanics
- Symmetry and quantum systems
- The BCS-BEC crossover and the unitary Fermi gas
- The conscious universe : part and whole in modern physical theory
- The interpretation of quantum mechanics
- The interpretation of quantum mechanics
- The logic of quantum mechanics
- The many-body problem in quantum mechanics,
- The mathematical foundations of quantum mechanics : a lecture-note volume
- The physical significance of the quantum theory,
- The picture book of quantum mechanics
- The quantum theory of measurement
- The quantum theory of radiation
- The quantum theory of the atom,
- The quantum theory of valency,
- The quantum world
- The spectrum of atomic hydrogen
- Through the time barrier : a study of precognition and modern physics
- Understanding quantum physics : a user's manual
- Visions : how science will revolutionize the 21st century
- Wholeness and the implicate order

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