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The theory of quantum liquids
* Introduction * Experimental and Theoretical Background on He II. * Elementary Excitations * Elementary Excitations in He II * Superfulid Behavior: Response to a Transverse Probe. Qualitative
Bose condensation in an attractive fermion gas: From weak to strong coupling superconductivity
We consider a gas of fermions interacting via an attractive potential. We study the ground state of that system and calculate the critical temperature for the onset of superconductivity as a function
Theory Of Interacting Fermi Systems
This book provides a detailed exposition of field theoretical methods as applied to zero temperature Fermi liquids. Special attention is paid to the concept of quasiparticles in normal Fermi liquids.
A “fermi-liquid” description of the Kondo problem at low temperatures
We take as granted Anderson's statement that in the low-temperature limit the usual Kondos-d model evolves toward a fixed point in which the effective exchange coupling of the impurity with the
Kondo effect in real metals
Starting from the most general form of the Anderson hamiltonian, the behaviour of magnetic impurities in real metals is considered, taking into account the orbital structure of the local impurity
Singularities in the X-Ray Absorption and Emission of Metals. III. One-Body Theory Exact Solution
The singularities of x-ray absorption or emission in metals are studied by a new "one-body" method, which describes the scattering of conduction electrons by the transient potential due to the deep
The roughening transition of crystal surfaces. I: Static and dynamic renormalization theory, crystal shape and facet growth
The renormalization approach to the roughening transition is reconsidered, both in a static and in a dynamic picture. Earlier results based on an asymptotic approximation are corrected, especially as