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Electrons at the Fermi surface 1980 book

Electrons at the Fermi surface

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Electrons at the Fermi surface

publisher: CUP 
publish year: 1980 
pages: 0 
language: English 
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Content: Frontispiece David Schoenberg
List of contributors
Part I. General Principles: 1. Geometric concepts in the electron theory of metals I. M. Lifshitz and M. I. Kaganov
2. Understanding quasi-particles: observable many-body effects in metals and 3He John W. Wilkins
3. The generalized path-integral approach to transport problems R. G. Chambers
Part II. The Electronic Structure: 5. The electronic structure of transition metals A. R. Mackintosh and O. K. Andersen
6. Fermi surface studies of ground state and magnetic exitations in itinerant electron ferromagnets G. G. Lonzarich
7. The effect of strain on the Fermi surface E. Fawcett, R. Griessen, W. Joss, M. J. G. Lee and J. M. Perz
Part III. Aspects of the de Haas-van Alphen Effect: 8. The de Haas-van Alphen effect in dilute alloys P. T. Coleridge
9. Electron quasi-particle lifetimes in metals M. Springford
10. Waveshape analysis in the de Haas-van Alphen effect R. J. Higgins and D. H Lowndes
11. High precision measurements of de Haas-van Alphen frequencies P. T. Coleridge and I. M. Templeton

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