Further Reading


  1. Appel, W. (2007). Mathematics for Physics and Physicists. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press.
  2. Arfken, G.B. and Weber, H.J. (2005). Mathematical Methods of Physics, 6e. Boston, MA: Elsevier.
  3. Bayin, S.S. (2018). Mathematical Methods in Science and Engineering, 2e. Hoboken, NJ: Wiley.
  4. Butkov, E. (1968). Mathematical Physics. New York: Addison‐Wesley.
  5. Boas, M.L. (2006). Mathematical Methods in the Physical Sciences, 3e. Hoboken, NJ: Wiley.
  6. Byron, F.W. Jr. and Fuller, R.W. (1992). Mathematics of Classical and Quantum Physics. New York: Dover Publications.
  7. Dennery, P. and Krzywicki, A. (1995). Mathematics for Physics. New York: Dover Publications.
  8. Hassani, S. (2002). Mathematical Physics, 2e. New York: Springer‐Verlag.
  9. Hassani, S. (2008). Mathematical Methods: For Students of Physics and Related Fields, 2e. New York: Springer‐Verlag.
  10. Hildebrand, F.B. (1992). Methods of Applied Mathematics, 2nd reprint edition. New York: Dover Publications.
  11. Kreyszig, E. (2011). Advanced Engineering Mathematics, 10e. Wiley‐VCH.
  12. Kusse, B.R. and Westwig, E.A. (2006). Mathematical Physics: Applied Mathematics For Scientists and Engineers, 2e. Weinheim: Wiley‐VCH.
  13. Lebedev, N.N., Skalskaya, I.P., and Uflyand, Y.S. (1965). Problems of Mathematical Physics. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice‐Hall.
  14. Margenau, M. and Murphy, M. (eds.) (1964). The Mathematics of Physics and Chemistry. Princeton, NJ: Van Nostrand.
  15. Mathews, J. and Walker, R.W. (1970). Mathematical ...

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