**Quantum Theory of Large Systems of Non-Relativistic Matter**

by J. Froehlich, U.M. Studer, E. Thiran

**Publisher**: arXiv 1995**Number of pages**: 145

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Contents: The Pauli Equation and its Symmetries; Gauge Invariance in Non-Relativistic Quantum Many-Particle Systems; Some Key Effects Related to the U(1)xSU(2) Gauge Invariance of Non-Relativistic Quantum Mechanics; Scaling Limit of the Effective Action of Fermi Systems, and Classification of States of Non-Relativistic Matter; Scaling Limit of the Effective Action of a Two -Dimensional, Incompressible Quantum Fluid; etc.

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