The Particle World of Condensed Matter
by Helmut Eschrig
Publisher: University of Technology Dresden 2004
Number of pages: 170
Before us, an unified and exceptionally beautiful picture appears: a unique conception applies with equal success to phenomena from the micro Kelvin range up to the temperatures of the 'big bang' of the universe. It is just this feature which proves the vivid power of the physical approach to the exploration of nature.
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