Books which served as primary references for these notes.

- Arfken, George B. & Weber, Hans J. (2005),
*Mathematical Methods for Physicists*, 6th Edition, Academic Press (Amazon link)
- Callahan, James J. (2000),
*The Geometry of Spacetime: An Introduction to Special and General Relativity*; Springer-Verlag (Amazon link)
- Carroll, Bradley W. & Ostlie, Dale A. (2007),
*An Introduction to Modern Astrophysics, *2nd Edition, Pearson Education (Amazon link)
- d’Inverno, Ray (1992),
*Introducing Einstein’s Relativity*, Oxford University Press (Amazon link)
- Griffiths, David J. (2007)
*Introduction to Electrodynamics*, 3rd Edition; Prentice Hall (Amazon link)
- Griffiths, David J. (2005),
*Introduction to Quantum Mechanics*, 2nd Edition; Pearson Education (Amazon link)
- Hobson, M.P., Efstathiou, G. P. & Lasenby, A. N. (2006),
*General Relativity: An Introduction for Physicists*; Cambridge University Press (Amazon link)
- Lancaster, Tom & Blundell, Stephen J. (2014)
*Quantum Field Theory for the Gifted Amateur*, Oxford University Press (Amazon link)
- Moore, Thomas A. (2013),
*A General Relativity Workbook*, University Science Books (Amazon link)
- Schroeder, Daniel V. (2000),
*An Introduction to Thermal Physics*, Addison-Wesley (Amazon link)
- Schutz, Bernard (2009),
*A First Course in General Relativity*, 2nd Edition; Cambridge University Press (Amazon link)

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