# Density Function Thermal Scaling and Physical Significance of Shape Functions

@inproceedings{Dorca2017DensityFT, title={Density Function Thermal Scaling and Physical Significance of Shape Functions}, author={RC Dorca}, year={2017} }

The solid-state concept of thermal voltage is used to define a homothetic scaling of the quantum mechanical one-particle reduced density function. This scaling might be used to construct a temperature dependent quantum density. Once defined such scaling, named here as thermal scaling, it is simple to use it with a precise temperature, adapting such scaling matching the associated shape function. The temperature achieving this equality is termed Shape Temperature S T and, if N is the number of… CONTINUE READING

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