Notes on the differential equations of quantum mechanics as given in Mathematics 40 by Professor G.D. Birkhoff / notes prepared by Mr. Paul E. Guenther and other members of the course. [1940-1941].

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Guenther, Paul Ernest. Notes on the differential equations of quantum mechanics as given in Mathematics 40 by Professor G.D. Birkhoff / notes prepared by Mr. Paul E. Guenther and other members of the course.

Notes on the differential equations of quantum mechanics as given in Mathematics 40 by Professor G.D. Birkhoff / notes prepared by Mr. Paul E. Guenther and other members of the course. [1940-1941].

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