What's a good book (or other resource) for an advanced undergraduate/early graduate student to learn about symmetry, conservation laws and Noether's theorems?
Neuenschwander's book has a scary review that makes me wary of it, but something like it would be great.
I recommend you "Symmetries" by Griffiths, or "Symmetry" by Roy McWeeny (it's a Dover book). "Geometry, Topology and Physics" by Nakahara is a good option.
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1 year ago