Spectral estimates for magnetic operators

  title={Spectral estimates for magnetic operators},
  author={Michael Melgaard and G. Rozenblum},
  journal={Mathematica Scandinavica},
The well-known CLR-estimate for the number of negative eigenvalues of the Schrodinger operator $-\Delta+V$ is generalized to a class of second order magnetic operators, generalizing the magnetic Schrodinger operator. The cofficients in the magnetic operators are variable, they may be nonsmooth, unbounded and some degeneration is allowed. 

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