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Applications of Statistical and Field Theory Methods to Condensed Matter

Author: Dionys Baeriswyl; A R Bishop; José Carmelo
Publisher: Boston, MA : Springer US, 1990.
Series: NATO ASI series., Series B,, Physics ;, 218.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Bibliographic data : EnglishView all editions and formats
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There is no doubt that we have, during the last decade, moved into a "golden age" of condensed matter science. The sequence of discoveries of novel new states of matter and their rapid assimilation into experimental and theoretical research, as well as devices, has been remarkable. To name but a few: spin glasses; incommensurate, fractal, quasicrystal structures; synthetic metals; quantum well fabrication;  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Printed edition:
Material Type: Bibliographic data, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Dionys Baeriswyl; A R Bishop; José Carmelo
ISBN: 9781468457636 1468457632 9781468457650 1468457659
OCLC Number: 840289216
Description: 1 online resource (418 pages).
Contents: Quantum Coherence, Tunneling and Dissipation --
Quantum Mechanics of Complex Systems I --
Quantum Mechanics of Complex Systems II --
Quantum Tunneling in Macroscopic Systems --
Ground State of a Non-Dissipative Josephson Junction --
The 'Cold Fusion' Problem --
Unstable Behavior of a Superconducting Ring Containing a Josephson Junction --
Influence of the Radiation Field on the Process of Electronic Interference --
Quantum Mechanical Harmonic Chain Attached to Heat Baths --
Conformal Invariance and Phase Transitions --
Conformai Invariance --
a Survey of Principles with Applications to Statistical Mechanics and Surface Physics --
A Possible Field-Theoretical Model for the Nematic-Isotropic Phase Transition in Liquid Crystals --
Lattice Unstabilities of Magnetic Origin --
Solitons, Patterns, Incommensurate Structures --
Dual Quantization of Solitons --
Variational Approach to Quantum Statistical Mechanics --
Pattern Changes in Electrodeposit of CuSO4 --
Linear Dynamics of Modulated Spin Magnets --
The Stochastic?4 Atomic Chain --
Chaos --
Chaos and Turbulence --
Disorder and Localization --
Electron Localization in Disordered Systems --
Spin Glasses and Heavy Fermions --
An Introduction to the Dynamics of Quench-Disordered Spin Systems --
Experimental Studies of Spin Glasses and Heavy Fermions: their Magnetism and Superconductivity --
Heavy Fermions: Theoretical Aspects --
Many-Body Techniques --
General Many-Body Systems --
Numerical Methods for Many-Body Problems A) Exact Diagonalization of Small Systems --
B) Quantum Monte Carlo Methods --
High-Density Expansion for Electron Systems --
Perturbative Results using the Cumulant Expansion in the Anderson Lattice --
Application of Gutziller's Correlated Method to the Electronic Effective Mass of Degenerate N-type Silicon --
Optical Absorption in Disordered Semiconductor Systems: Application to Correlated Phosphorus-Doped Silicon --
Superconductivity --
High Tc Superconductivity: Lessons to be Learned from Neutron Scattering --
Superconducting Networks in a Magnetic Field: Exact Solution of the J2 Model --
Vortex Dynamics in Networks of Josephson Junctions --
Comparison of Effective Models for CuO2 Layers in Oxide Superconductors --
Charge- and Spin-Density Waves --
Charge-Density Waves in Quasi-one-Dimensional Systems --
Recent Developments in Charge-Density Wave Systems --
Spin-Density Waves in Organic Conductors --
Poster Contributions --
Contributors.
Series Title: NATO ASI series., Series B,, Physics ;, 218.
Other Titles: Proceedings of NATO ASI held in Evora, Portugal, May 22-June 2, 1989
Responsibility: edited by Dionys Baeriswyl, Alan R. Bishop, José Carmelo.

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