Pairing in Fermionic Systems: Basics Concepts and Modern by Armen Sedrakian, Mark G Alford, John W Clark

By Armen Sedrakian, Mark G Alford, John W Clark

Cooper pairing of fermions is a profound phenomenon that has turn into extremely important in lots of assorted components of physics within the contemporary previous. This ebook brings jointly, for the 1st time, specialists from a number of fields related to Cooper pairing, on the point of BCS concept and past, together with the examine of novel states of topic similar to ultracold atomic gases, nuclear structures on the severe, and quark topic with program to neutron stars. Cross-disciplinary in nature, the booklet can be of curiosity to physicists in lots of diverse specialties, together with condensed topic, nuclear, high-energy, and astrophysics. The emphasis is on novel matters past traditional BCS concept equivalent to pairing in uneven platforms, the polarization influence, and better spin pairing. those subject matters are infrequently handled on the textbook point and them all are the themes of in depth ongoing study. The e-book additionally considers quite a few new innovations typical in present study that range considerably from the normal condensed subject methods defined within the commonplace literature.

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