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Review of a Simplified Approach to study the Bose gas at all densities

  title={Review of a Simplified Approach to study the Bose gas at all densities},
  author={Ian Jauslin},
In this paper, we will review the results obtained thus far by Eric A. Carlen, Elliott H. Lieb and me on a Simplified Approach to the Bose gas. The Simplified Approach yields a family of effective oneparticle equations, which capture some non-trivial physical properties of the Bose gas at both low and high densities, and even some of the behavior at intermediate densities. In particular, the Simplified Approach reproduces Bogolyubov’s estimates for the ground state energy and condensate… 



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