Here is a list of excellent books on quantum mechanics. Old and new, celebrated and underappreciated.

## pioneering

The principles of quantum mechanics by Paul Dirac

General principles of quantum mechanics by Wolfgang Pauli

Mathematical foundations of quantum mechanics by John von Neumann

## introductory

Quantum mechanics: The theoretical minimum by Leonard Susskind and Art Friedman

Introduction to quantum mechanics by David Griffiths and Darrell Schroeter

Quantum mechanics by Franz Mandl

Principles of quantum mechanics by Ramamurti Shankar

Introduction to quantum mechanics: A time-dependent perspective by David Tannor

## more advanced

Quantum mechanics (volumes I, II, III) by Claude Cohen-Tannoudji, Bernard Diu, and Franck Laloë

Quantum mechanics: A modern development by Leslie Ballentine

Quantum mechanics: Fundamentals by Kurt Gottfried and Tung-Mow Yan

## with focus on foundations

Quantum theory: Concepts and methods by Asher Peres

Quantum paradoxes: Quantum theory for the perplexed by Yakir Aharonov and Daniel Rohrlich

Do we really understand quantum mechanics? by Franck Laloë

Quantum concepts in physics: An alternative approach to the understanding of quantum mechanics by Malcolm Longair

## mathematically oriented

Mathematics of classical and quantum physics by Frederic Byron, Jr. and Robert Fuller

Mathematical concepts of quantum mechanics by Stephen Gustafson and Israel Michael Sigal

The mathematical language of quantum theory: From uncertainty to entanglement by Teiko Heinosaari and Mário Zimanf

Non-relativistic quantum theory: Dynamics, symmetry, and geometry by Kai Lam

## problem based

Practical quantum mechanics by Siegfried Flügge

Exploring quantum mechanics: A collection of 700+ solved problems for students, lecturers, and researchers by Victor Galitski, Boris Karnakov, Vladimir Kogan, and Victor Galitski, Jr.