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Excitations in simple liquids, liquid metals and superfluids

Wouter Montfrooij

Excitations in simple liquids, liquid metals and superfluids

by Wouter Montfrooij

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Published by Oxford University Press in Oxford, New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Superfluidity,
  • Collective excitations,
  • Liquids,
  • Liquid metals

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. [262]-270) and index.

    StatementWouter Montfrooij, Ignatz de Schepper
    SeriesOxford graduate texts, Oxford graduate texts
    ContributionsSchepper, Ignatz de
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQC145.2 .M665 2010
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxii, 276 p. :
    Number of Pages276
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25224436M
    ISBN 100199564124
    ISBN 109780199564125
    LC Control Number2012359912
    OCLC/WorldCa642283100

    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 development of a Bose liquid theory and a microscopic basis for the two-fluid model, and the description of the elementary excitations of liquid . What about amorphous metals? High volumes of precision parts in a single step. Precision, strength and finish that far exceeds the world’s best metal molding methods. Part-to-part consistencythat rivals precision machining. No other metal can be molded in this way.

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Get this from a library. Excitations in simple liquids, liquid metals and superfluids. [Wouter Montfrooij; Ignatz de Schepper] -- Overall similarities exist across all kinds of liquids, from spontaneous fluctuations involving thousands of atoms down to those involving just a few.

Employing a rigorous formalism, this text. Excitations in Simple Liquids, Liquid Metals and Superfluids Wouter Montfrooij and Ignatz de Schepper Oxford Graduate Texts. Practical focus: how to analyze scattering data, how to interpret them, and how to avoid mistakes while doing so.

We present a parameter-free theory of the collective excitations in simple liquids such as liquid metals or rare gases. The theory is based on the mode-coupling theory (MCT), which has been.

Mode-coupling theory is introduced, which gives a constitutive equation between the current-relaxation memory function and the density correlation function. This theory is shown to accurately describe the collective-excitation behavior of simple liquids like liquid by: 1. Jean-Pierre Hansen, Ian R.

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