Pair distribution functions of the two-dimensional electron gas with two symmetric valleys

@article{Marchi2004PairDF,
  title={Pair distribution functions of the two-dimensional electron gas with two symmetric valleys},
  author={Mariapia Marchi and Stefania De Palo and Saverio Moroni and Gaetano Senatore},
  journal={Journal of Physics A: Mathematical and Theoretical},
  year={2004},
  volume={42},
  pages={214043}
}
We present component-resolved and total pair distribution functions for a 2DEG with two symmetric valleys. Our results are based on quantum Monte Carlo simulations performed at several densities and spin polarizations. 
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