Bosonization and strongly correlated systems by Alexander O. Gogolin

By Alexander O. Gogolin

Bosonization is a crucial method that represents probably the most robust nonperturbative techniques to many-body structures at the moment to be had. the 1st a part of this publication examines its technical points, together with one dimensional fermions, the Gaussian version, the constitution of Hilbert area in conformal theories, Bose-Einstein condensation in dimensions, non-Abelian bosonization, and the Ising and WZNW versions. the second one half discusses purposes of the bosonization strategy to reasonable versions together with the Tomonaga-Luttinger liquid, spin beverages in a single measurement and the spin-1/2 Heisenberg chain with alternating alternate. The 3rd half addresses the issues of quantum impurities. Chapters disguise capability scattering, the x-ray side challenge, impurities in Tomonaga-Luttinger drinks and the multi-channel Kondo challenge. this glorious reference will curiosity researchers and graduate scholars operating in theoretical physics and box idea.

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By Alexander O. Gogolin

Bosonization is a crucial method that represents probably the most robust nonperturbative techniques to many-body structures at the moment to be had. the 1st a part of this publication examines its technical points, together with one dimensional fermions, the Gaussian version, the constitution of Hilbert area in conformal theories, Bose-Einstein condensation in dimensions, non-Abelian bosonization, and the Ising and WZNW versions. the second one half discusses purposes of the bosonization strategy to reasonable versions together with the Tomonaga-Luttinger liquid, spin beverages in a single measurement and the spin-1/2 Heisenberg chain with alternating alternate. The 3rd half addresses the issues of quantum impurities. Chapters disguise capability scattering, the x-ray side challenge, impurities in Tomonaga-Luttinger drinks and the multi-channel Kondo challenge. this glorious reference will curiosity researchers and graduate scholars operating in theoretical physics and box idea.

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