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Quantum Statistical Mechanics: Equilibrium and non-equilibrium theory from first principles

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A must-have textbook for any undergraduate studying solid state physics.

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Written in a self-contained manner, this textbook allows both advanced students and practicing applied physicists and engineers to learn the relevant aspects from the bottom up. All logical steps are laid out...

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This classic of modern theoretical physics is the first and only comprehensive treatment of the superfluid phases of helium 3. The self-contained approach emphasizes symmetries and the consequences of their...

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by Wolfgang Schattke & Ricardo D?ez Mui?o

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Green's Functions and Condensed Matter

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Novel physical solutions, including new results in the field of adaptive methods and inventive approaches to inverse problems, original concepts based on high harmonic imaging algorithms, intriguing vibro-acoustic...

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