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Theory of Quantum Liquids, Volume I: Normal Fermi Liquids (Advanced Book Classics)

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Originally published as two separate volumes, The Theory of Quantum Liquids is a classic text that attempts to describe the qualitative and unifying aspects of an extremely broad and diversified field. Volume I deals with normal’ Fremi liquids, such as 3He and electrons in metals. Volume II consists of a detailed treatment of Bose condensation and liquid 4He, including the

Paperback, 382 pages
Published March 21st 1994 by Westview Press (first published August 1st 1988)
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