Accession Number : ADA291396
Title : Proceedings of the International Workshop on Condensed Matter Theories (18th), Held at Valencia, Spain on June 1994.
Corporate Author : UNIVERSITY OF MANCHESTER INST OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY (UNITED KINGDOM)
Personal Author(s) : Bishop, R. F.
PDF Url : ADA291396
Report Date : 10 JUN 1994
Pagination or Media Count : 185
Abstract : This workshop covered various techniques in nuclear many-body problems as well as various theoretical techniques, ranging through the coupled cluster method, variational Jastrow-like approaches, parquet theory etc. Particular emphasis was placed on the technique of density functional theory (plus a little on density matrices), a wide range of applications including atomic cluster theory, inhomogeneous liquids and especially He(4), simple metals and metal surfaces. In this context, there was a special session, with two papers related to the density-functional technique; one on time-dependent theory and the other on the many-body construction of density functionals with illustrative applications. Other especially notable contributions applied information turning from (mainly) techniques to physical areas in condensed matter, there was considerable emphasis on the quantal liquid He(4), with discussion not only of bulk properties but of wetting, surface tension and H(3) and He(4) mixtures. Contact with new neutron scattering experiments was highlighted in connection with bulk He(4). Some papers on high Tc materials, plus a discussion of recent progress, both experiment and theory, on electron solids, reflected important growth areas in condensed matter. In the latter area, the equilibrium between Laughlin electron liquid and electron solid was considered, the electron liquid being treated in a number of papers, including a study by quantal hypernetted chain methods. (AN)
Descriptors : *MOLECULE MOLECULE INTERACTIONS, *N BODY PROBLEM, MATHEMATICAL MODELS, TIME DEPENDENCE, QUANTUM THEORY, ONE DIMENSIONAL, PROBABILITY DENSITY FUNCTIONS, CRITICAL TEMPERATURE, ELECTRONS, CORRELATION, CLUSTERING, LIQUID PHASES, DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS, HELIUM, SPAIN, WORKSHOPS, CHAIN REACTIONS, SURFACE TENSION, NUCLEI, ATOMIC STRUCTURE, BOSONS, SPIN RESONANCE, NUCLEAR ENERGY LEVELS, NEUTRON SCATTERING.
Subject Categories : Numerical Mathematics
Atomic and Molecular Physics and Spectroscopy
Nuclear Physics & Elementary Particle Physics
Quantum Theory and Relativity
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