What I need is to fill my gap of physics in quantum mechanics. I don't need too many explanation on why math is correct. I need explanations and exercises on physics. This is not a request for rigorous math nor is it a request for books that use math lingua.
My current background is good in classical mechanics (hamiltonian/lagrangian, & statistical stuff). My math background is very good in linear algebra (hilbert spaces, tensors, analysis, probability etc). I am also familiar with quantum computation & information stuff, basically qubits. I've also attended a few courses on quantum mechanics both in college and in youtube. The problem however is I still feel I missing some key concepts in Quantum mechanics and need a book that covers basic physics behind the math very well and has really good collection of exercises.
Pardon if this question is asked elsewhere or is off-topic.