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Knowledge of the excitation characteristics of matter is decisive for the descriptions of a variety of dynamical processes, which are of significant technological interest. E.g. transport properties and the optical response are controlled by the excitation spectrum.
This self-contained work is a coherent presentation of the quantum theory of correlated few-particle excitations in electronic systems. It begins with a compact resume of the quantum mechanics of single particle excitations. Particular emphasis is put on Green function methods, which offer a natural tool to unravel the relations between the physics of small and large electronic systems. The book contains explicit expressions for the Coulomb Green function of two charge particles and a generalization to three-body systems. Techniques for the many-body Green function of finite systems are introduced and some explicit calculations of the Green functions are given. Concrete examples are provided and the theories are contrasted with experimental data, when available.
The second volume presents an up-to-date selection of applications of the developed concepts and a comparison with available experiments is made.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.68" Width: 6.98" Height: 0.81" Weight: 1.67 lbs.
Release Date May 23, 2003
ISBN 3527403353 ISBN13 9783527403356
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More About Jamal Berakdar
Jamal Berakdar is a leading scientist at the Max Planck Institute of Microstructure Physics in Halle, Germany. PhD-thesis at University of Freiburg (Prof. Klar, 1994), Humboldt- and Research fellow at Atomic & Molecular Physics Laboratories, Australian National University.
Jamal Berakdar has an academic affiliation as follows - MPI for Microstructure Physics, Halle/Saale, Germany Max-Planck-Instit.