Microscopic Theory of Superconductivity
by Helmut Eschrig
Publisher: University of Technology Dresden 2008
Number of pages: 65
Contents: The Solid as a Quantum Many-Body System; Green's Functions; Green's Functions in the Superconducting State; Split-off of High Energy Parts; The Low Energy Equations; Strong Coupling Theory of the Transition Temperature; Physical Properties of the Superconducting State.
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