Neverspeak (iconoclass) wrote in physics,
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Looking for Physics Books

I'm looking for book recommendations, particularly EM and QM (or modern physics in general), that are strongly oriented towards relating physics to the real world. Specifically, something that goes into detail concerning the historical/experimental basis of the theory and has examples or explanations that are more or less directly applicable to laboratory work. They can be undergrad or grad level.

I am considering Morrison's Understanding Quantum Mechanics. Can anyone comment on the contents of this book?
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