Feynman Diagram Techniques in Condensed Matter Physics

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Some background knowledge in quantum mechanics, solid state physics and mathematical methods of physics is assumed. Detailed derivations of formulas and in-depth examples and chapter exercises from various areas of condensed matter physics make this a valuable resource for both researchers and advanced undergraduate students in condensed-matter theory, many-body physics and electrical engineering. Solutions to exercises are made available online. Further reading. Detailed derivations of formulas and in-depth examples and chapter exercises from various areas of condensed matter physics make this a valuable resource for both researchers and advanced undergraduate students in condensed matter theory, many-body physics and electrical engineering.

Solutions to exercises are available online. Table of contents Preface; 1. A brief review of quantum mechanics; 2.

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Single-particle states; 3. Second quantization; 4. The electron gas; 5. A brief review of statistical mechanics; 6. Real-time Green's and correlation functions; 7. Applications of real-time Green's functions; 8. Imaginary-time Green's and correlation functions; 9. Diagrammatic techniques; Electron gas: a diagrammatic approach; Yehuda B. Quantum Information Theory. Masahito Hayashi. Numerical Simulations of Coupled Problems in Engineering.

Sergio R. Principles of Condensed Matter Physics. Isospectral Transformations. Leonid Bunimovich. Intermediate Statistical Mechanics. Jayanta Bhattacharjee. Introduction to Fluid Dynamics. Edward B. Collisionless Plasmas in Astrophysics. Roland Grappin. Symmetries and Dynamics of Star Clusters.


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