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On the Reduced Hartree-Fock Equations with a Small Anderson Type Background Charge Distribution

  title={On the Reduced Hartree-Fock Equations with a Small Anderson Type Background Charge Distribution},
  author={Ilias Chenn and Shiwen Zhang},
We demonstrate that the reduced Hartree-Fock equation (REHF) with a small Anderson type background charge distribution has an unique stationary solution by explicitly computing a screening mass at positive temperature. 

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