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Title Condensed matter theories Volume 22 / Heidi Reinholz, Gerd Röpke, Manuel de Llano, editors.
Imprint New Jersey : World Scientific, 2007.

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Description 1 online resource (xv, 554 pages) : illustrations.
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Subject Condensed matter -- Congresses.
Quantum liquids -- Congresses.
Genre Conference papers and proceedings.
Contents Cover -- Contents -- Preface -- Part A Fermi Liquids -- Pressure Comparison Between the Spherical Cellular Model and the Thomas-Fermi Model G.A. Baker, Jr. -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Thomas-Fermi Model -- 3. Spherical Cellular Model -- 4. Pressure Comparison -- References -- Pair Excitations and Vertex Corrections in Fermi Fluids and the Dynamic Structure Function of Two-Dimensional 3He -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Equations of Motion -- 3. Solution Strategy -- 4. Applications to Two-Dimensional 3He -- Appendix -- Acknowledgments -- References -- Condensation of Helium in Wedges -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Classical Theories of Adsorption in Corners -- 3. Density Functional Description of Wedge Wetting -- 4. Summary -- Acknowledgments -- References -- Non-Fermi-Liquid Behavior from the Fermi-Liquid Approach -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Rearrangement of sp Degrees of Freedom in Finite Fermi Systems -- 3. Quantum Critical Point in a Homogeneous Fermi Liquid -- 4. Going Beyond the Point of Fermion Condensation -- 5. Discussion -- 6. Conclusion -- References -- Theory of Third Sound and Stability of Thin 3He -- 4He Superuid Films -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Variational Theory -- 3. Results -- 4. Conclusion -- Acknowledgments -- References -- Generic Electron Mobility in Surface States on Helium Films -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Ground State and Excitations -- 3. Electron: Self-Energy -- 4. Electrons: Energy Loss -- 5. Results -- 6. Conclusion -- References -- Pairing in Asymmetrical Fermi Systems -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Mean-Field Model -- 3. Self-consistent Method and Solutions -- 4. Results -- 5. Discussions -- Acknowledgments -- References -- Ground-State Properties of Small 3He Drops from Quantum Monte Carlo Simulations -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Quantum Monte Carlo Methods -- 3. Results -- 4. Discussion -- Acknowledgments -- References -- Ground-State Energy and Compressibility of a Disordered Two-Dimensional Electron Gas -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Theory -- 3. Method -- 4. Results and Discussion -- Acknowledgments -- References -- Quasiexcitons in Photoluminescence of Incompressible Quantum Liquids -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Numerics on a Haldane Sphere -- 3. Isolated Trion -- 4. Trion in 2DEG -- 5. Neutral and Charged Quasiexcitons -- 6. QX Spectra for w = 20 nm -- 7. QX Wave Functions for w = 20 nm -- 8. QX Spectra for w = 10 nm -- 9. Wider Wells -- 10. Conclusion -- Acknowledgment -- References -- Part B Bose Liquids -- Quantum Boltzmann Liquids -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Elements of CDM Theory -- 3. Screening of Particle Exchange -- 4. Distinguishable Bosons -- 5. Momentum Distribution -- 6. Summary -- References -- Condensate Fraction in the Dynamic Structure Function of Bose Fluids -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Linear Response and Equation of Motion Method -- 3. Self Energy from Equations of Motion -- 4. Results for the Kinetic Energy and Condensate Fraction -- 5. Summary -- Acknowledgments -- References -- Part C Strongly-Correlated Electronic Systems -- Electron Gas in High-Field Nanoscopic Transport: Metallic Carbon Nanotubes -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Control of Carrier Density by Gati.
Summary This series on condensed matter theories provides a forum for advanced theoretical research in quantum many-body theory. The contributions are highly interdisciplinary, emphasizing common concerns among theorists who apply many-particle methods in such diverse areas as solid-state, low-temperature, statistical, nuclear, particle, and biological physics, as well as in quantum field theory, quantum information and the theory of complex systems. Each individual contribution is preceded by an extended introduction to the topic treated. Useful details not normally presented in journal articles can be found in this volume.
Other Author Reinholz, Heidi.
Röpke, Gerd.
Llano, M. de (Manuel de)