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Quantum Theory of Large Systems of Non-Relativistic Matter

  title={Quantum Theory of Large Systems of Non-Relativistic Matter},
  author={Juerg Froehlich and Urban M. Studer and Emmanuel Thiran},
  journal={arXiv: Condensed Matter},
1. Introduction 2. The Pauli Equation and its Symmetries {2.1} Gauge-Invariant Form of the Pauli Equation {2.2} Aharonov-Bohm Effect {2.3} Aharonov-Casher Effect 3. Gauge Invariance in Non-Relativistic Quantum Many-Particle Systems {3.1} Differential Geometry of the Background {3.2} Systems of Spinning Particles Coupled to External Electromagnetic and Geometric Fields {3.3} Moving Coordinates and Quantum-Mechanical Larmor Theorem 4. Some Key Effects Related to the $U(1) \times SU(2)$ Gauge… 
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