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Advanced Topics of Theoretical Physics I: The electronic structure of matter

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Advanced Topics of Theoretical Physics I: The electronic structure of matter
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Publisher: TU Clausthal
Number of pages: 302

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This book provides an introduction into the quantum mechanics of the interacting electron gas. It aims at students at the graduate level, that already have a good understanding on one-particle quantum mechanics. My aim is to include all proofs in a comprehensive and hopefully water-tight manner.

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