Quantum Field Theory in Condensed Matter Physics

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Cambridge University Press, 18 בינו׳ 2007 - 360 עמודים
This course in modern quantum field theory for condensed matter physics includes a derivation of the path integral representation, Feynman diagrams and elements of the theory of metals. Alexei Tsvelik also covers Landau Fermi liquid theory and gradually turns to more advanced methods used in the theory of strongly correlated systems. The book contains a thorough exposition of such non-perturbative techniques, as 1/N-expansion, bosonization (Abelian and non-Abelian), conformal field theory and theory of integrable systems. First edition Hb (1995): 0-521-45467-0 First edition Pb (1996): 0-521-58989-4
 

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path integrals
15
Wicks theorem
25
Feynman diagrams
41
divergences and their elimination
48
Renormalization group procedures
56
OAOsymmetric vector model below the transition point
66
renormalization group
74
O3 nonlinear sigma model in the strong coupling limit
82
Introduction
197
Relevant and irrelevant fields
206
KosterlitzThouless transition
212
Conformal symmetry
219
Virasoro algebra
226
Differential equations for the correlation functions
233
Ising model
245
TomonagaLuttinger liquid
255

Path integral and Wicks theorem for fermions
89
the Fermi liquid
96
Electrodynamics in metals
103
aspects of quantum electrodynamics
119
AharonovBohm effect and transmutation of statistics
129
Introduction
143
Order from disorder
165
JordanWigner transformation for spin 5 12 models in D 1 2 3
175
Path integral representations for a doped antiferromagnet
184
spincharge separation
267
WessZuminoNovikovWitten model
277
Semiclassical approach to WessZuminoNovikovWitten models
300
A comparative study of dynamical mass generation in one
323
spin ladder and spin 5 1 Heisenberg chain
334
Kondo chain
350
Select bibliography
358
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Jolyon Timothy Hughes, Ph.D., is assistant professor of German at Colorado State University in Fort Collins, Colorado. Jeremias Gotthelf (1797 - 1854) was born Albert Bitzius in what was then the Swiss Canton of Bern. He studied at the Theological Academy in Bern and was ordained in 1820, after which he worked for his father, a pastor, as curate in Utzenstorf for a year. In 1821, he traveled to Germany and spent time at the university in Gttingen before returning to the position of curate. In 1832, Bitzius became a pastor in Ltzelflh. Bitzius adopted the pseudonym of Jeremias Gotthelf, under which he began to write fiction as an outgrowth of his sermons.

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