Bose condensation and the Casimir effects of an imperfect Bose gas in a d-dimensional configuration space

  title={Bose condensation and the Casimir effects of an imperfect Bose gas in a d-dimensional configuration space},
  author={G. M. Bhuiyan},
  journal={Journal of Physics: Conference Series},
  • G. Bhuiyan
  • Published 2 July 2015
  • Physics
  • Journal of Physics: Conference Series
Some properties of an ideal gas of massive bosons in a mean field potential and, confined between two infinite parallel slabs in a d-dimensional configuration space are investigated systematically. Here, one particle density of states approach is employed to study the critical temperature, shift of density, Casimir effects and critical exponents, starting from the evaluation of the grand canonical free energy in d-dimension. We have found that, the shift of density, Casimir force and the… 
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