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Simple models of many fermions systems

par Mai Seve-Dinh - 7 mars

Authors : Joachim Maruhn, Paul-Gerhard Reinhard, Eric Suraud

Simple models of many fermions systems Springer, Heidelberg, 2010

Table of content : 1. The Variety of Finite Fermion Systems and their Basic Properties ; 2. The Fermi-Gas Model ; 3. Particles in an External Field ; 4. Approaches Based on Model Spaces ; 5. Hartree-Fock ; 6. Density Functional Theory ; 7. Quasispin Models ; 8. Excitation Spectra ; 9. Coherent Two-Body Correlations ; 10. Conclusions ; Appendices ; CD ROM. 

300 pages + CD ROM

The goal of this book is to offer an approach of the physics of finite many-body fermion systems through simple and generic models illustrating the basic mechanisms at work and applicable to a large variety of systems in physics and chemistry (atoms, molecules, nuclei, clusters). The text is written by considering increasingly complex models. Complementary elements, in particular numerical ones, are provided in the form of generic programs given on a CD-ROM in complement of the body of the text.