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Could you please recommend some books for studying quantum mechanics for beginners. The books should have a lot of images, detailed explanations and so on.

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The Feynman lectures is great for beginners, you'll get all the basic concepts without the heavy math and it is really easy and pleasant to read.

Personally, I studied Quantum Physics with Le Bellac, it is very complete and is very popular in France.

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