Quantum Statistical Theory of Superconductivity

Shigeji Fujita, Salvador Godoy, "Quantum Statistical Theory of Superconductivity"
S-inger | ISBN: 0306453630 | 2002 | File type: PDF | 359 pages | 2,3 mb

In this text, Shigeji Fujita and Salvador Godoy guide first and second-year graduate students through the essential aspects of superconductivity. The authors open with five preparatory chapters thoroughly reviewing a number of advanced physical concepts-such as free-electron model of a metal, theory of lattice vibrations, and Bloch electrons. The remaining chapters deal with the theory of superconductivity-describing the basic properties of type I, type II compound, and high-Tc superconductors as well as treating quasi-particles using Heisenberg's equation of motion. The book includes step-by-step derivations of mathematical formulas, sample problems, and illustrations.
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