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can some body suggest come good links or books for quantum mechanics..

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Read "Schroedinger's Cat" ("Schroedinger's Kittens" is the sequel), or "QED: a strange theory of light and matter" by the great physicist Richard Feynman. Do NOT get anything from Fred Allen Wolf or Michio Kaku, those guys are charlatans and will only feed you garbage info.
I am assuming you want to learn quantum mechanics and have finished a number of math courses , if so then I suggest Introduction to Quantum Mechanics by David J. Griffiths. It will start with Wave Mechanics and move onwards, and covers a lot of material for an introductory text.

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