Bose condensation in an attractive fermion gas: From weak to strong coupling superconductivity

@article{Nozires1985BoseCI,
  title={Bose condensation in an attractive fermion gas: From weak to strong coupling superconductivity},
  author={Philippe Nozi{\`e}res and Stephan Schmitt-Rink},
  journal={Journal of Low Temperature Physics},
  year={1985},
  volume={59},
  pages={195-211}
}
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 of the coupling strength. We compare the behavior of continuum and lattice models and show that the evolution from weak to strong coupling superconductivity is smooth. 
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