Virial coefficients in the (μ[over ̃],q)-deformed Bose gas model related to compositeness of particles and their interaction: Temperature-dependence problem.

@article{Gavrilik2014VirialCI,
  title={Virial coefficients in the ($\mu$[over ̃],q)-deformed Bose gas model related to compositeness of particles and their interaction: Temperature-dependence problem.},
  author={Alexandre M. Gavrilik and Yuriy Mishchenko},
  journal={Physical review. E, Statistical, nonlinear, and soft matter physics},
  year={2014},
  volume={90 5-1},
  pages={
          052147
        }
}
We establish the relation of the second virial coefficient of a recently proposed (μ[over ̃],q)-deformed Bose gas model [A. M. Gavrilik and Yu. A. Mishchenko, Ukr. J. Phys. 58, 1171 (2013)] to the interaction and compositeness parameters when either of these factors is taken into account separately. When the interaction is dealt with, the deformation parameter becomes linked directly to the scattering length and the effective radius of interaction (in general, to scattering phases). The… 
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