Various ordered states in a 2D interacting electron system close to an electronic topological transition

@article{Bouis2000VariousOS,
  title={Various ordered states in a 2D interacting electron system close to an electronic topological transition},
  author={Florian Bouis and Michael Kiselev and F. P. Onufrieva and P. Pfeuty Llb and CEA-Saclay and France. and Kurchatov Institute and Moscow and Russia. and University and Wurzburg and H Germany},
  journal={Physica B-condensed Matter},
  year={2000},
  volume={284},
  pages={677-678}
}

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