Ground state energy of unitary fermion gas with the Thomson Problem approach

  title={Ground state energy of unitary fermion gas with the Thomson Problem approach},
  author={Ji-sheng Chen},
  journal={arXiv: Nuclear Theory},
  • Ji-sheng Chen
  • Published 23 February 2006
  • Physics
  • arXiv: Nuclear Theory
The dimensionless universal coefficient $\xi$ defines the ratio of the unitary fermions energy density to that for the ideal non-interacting ones in the non-relativistic limit with T=0. The classical Thomson Problem is taken as a nonperturbative quantum many-body arm to address the ground state energy including the low energy nonlinear quantum fluctuation/correlation effects. With the relativistic Dirac continuum field theory formalism, the concise expression for the energy density functional… 
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