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050  4 QC173.454|b.I58eb vol. 22eb 
100 1  Reinholz, Heidi. 
245 10 Condensed Matter Theories, Volume 22 :|bProceedings of the
       International Workshop. 
260    Singapore :|bWorld Scientific Publishing Company,|c2007. 
300    1 online resource (571 pages) 
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505 0  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 H.M.B ohm, H. Godfrin, E. Krotscheck, H.J.
       Lauter, M. Meschke and M. Panholzer; 1. Introduction; 2. 
       Equations of Motion; 2.1. Correlated equations of motion; 
       2.2. The Hartree Fock (HF) limit; 3. Solution Strategy. 
505 8  4. Applications to Two-Dimensional 3HeAppendix; 
       Acknowledgments; References; Condensation of Helium in 
       Wedges E.S. Hern andez, F. Ancilotto, M. Barranco, R. 
       Mayol and M. Pi; 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 
       V.A. Khodel, J.W. Clark, H. Li, V.M. Yakovenko and M.V. 
       Zverev; 1. Introduction; 2. Rearrangement of sp Degrees of
       Freedom in Finite Fermi Systems; 3. Quantum Critical Point
       in a Homogeneous Fermi Liquid. 
505 8  4. Going Beyond the Point of Fermion Condensation5. 
       Discussion; 6. Conclusion; References; Theory of Third 
       Sound and Stability of Thin 3He {4He Superuid Films M.D. 
       Miller and E. Krotscheck; 1. Introduction; 2. Variational 
       Theory; 2.1. 4He lms; 2.2. 3He single particle states; 
       2.3. 3He dynamics; 3. Results; 4. Conclusion; 
       Acknowledgments; References; Generic Electron Mobility in 
       Surface States on Helium Films E. Krotscheck and M.D. 
       Miller; 1. Introduction; 2. Ground State and Excitations; 
       2.1. Energetics and structure; 2.2. Excitations and linear
       response; 2.3. Transport currents. 
505 8  3. Electron: Self-Energy4. Electrons: Energy Loss; 5. 
       Results; 5.1. Substrate model; 5.2. Electron mobility; 6. 
       Conclusion; References; Pairing in Asymmetrical Fermi 
       Systems K.F. Quader and R. Liao; 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 E. Sola, J. Casulleras and J. 
       Boronat; 1. Introduction; 2. Quantum Monte Carlo Methods; 
       3. Results; 4. Discussion; Acknowledgments; References. 
505 8  Ground-State Energy and Compressibility of a Disordered 
       Two-Dimensional Electron Gas B. Tanatar, A.L. Suba si, K. 
       Esfarjani and S.M. Fazeli1. Introduction; 2. Theory; 3. 
       Method; 4. Results and Discussion; Acknowledgments; 
       References; Quasiexcitons in Photoluminescence of 
       Incompressible Quantum Liquids A.W ojs, A.G ladysiewicz 
       and J.J. Quinn; 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. 
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520    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. 
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