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|All Authors / Contributors:||
Elliott H Lieb; Robert Seiringer
|Description:||xv, 293 s.|
|Contents:||Preface; 1. Prologue; 2. Introduction to elementary quantum mechanics and stability of the first kind; 3. Many-particle systems and stability of the second kind; 4. Lieb-Thirring and related inequalities; 5. Electrostatic inequalities; 6. An estimation of the indirect part of the Coulomb energy; 7. Stability of non-relativistic matter; 8. Stability of relativistic matter; 9. Magnetic fields and the Pauli operator; 10. The Dirac operator and the Brown-Ravenhall model; 11. Quantized electromagnetic fields and stability of matter; 12. The ionization problem, and the dependence of the energy on N and separately; 13. Gravitational stability of white dwarfs and neutron stars; 14. The thermodynamic limit for Coulomb systems; References; Index.|
|Responsibility:||Elliott H Lieb and Robert Seiringer|
'This is an outstanding book which will be used both for research and for teaching. It will make an excellent text for a graduate course in either a physics or mathematics department. Physics