Linked bibliography for the SEP article " Quantum Mechanics" by Jenann Ismael

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Quantum Mechanics Textbooks

There are a great many textbooks available for studying quantum mechanics. Here are a few especially important ones with some notes to guide choices among them. It is good to work with two or three texts when learning QM. No text is perfect and differences in approach can illuminate the subject from different angles.

Useful General Texts in Mathematics and Physics

Whether studying quantum mechanics on one’s own, or in a classroom setting, it is useful to have these books on hand as accompaniments. Even a seasoned teacher will find himself from time to time reaching for them:

Books on Philosophy of QM

Here are some general texts to introduce you to the philosophy of QM. More specialized readings can be found in the bibliographies in entries to follow.

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