## Condensed matter theories, Volume 3 |

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### Contents

the Diagrams | 1 |

Generalized SelfConsistent Field Equations for Multiple Pairs of Fermions | 11 |

The Anharmonic Oscillator Revisited | 21 |

Copyright | |

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Condensed Matter Theories, Volume 11 Eduardo Ludeņa,Priya Vashishta,Raymond F. Bishop Snippet view - 1996 |

Condensed Matter Theories, Volume 11 Eduardo Ludeņa,Priya Vashishta,Raymond F. Bishop Snippet view - 1996 |

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amplitudes ansatz approximation atoms boson calculations cluster expansion clusters coefficients components Condensed configuration contribution correct corresponding coupling defined density functional theory density matrix Department of Physics dependence derived described diagrams discussed distribution dynamical ECCM effect eigenvalue electron energy density functional equations of motion exact exchange excitation expansion experimental fermions finite gauge Hamiltonian Hartree-Fock HCPT hole interaction isospin jellium jellium model Lett liquid magic numbers magnetic many-body mean field meson method model space momentum neutron nonlinear normal Nucl nuclear matter nuclei nucleon observed obtained operator optical orbitals oscillations pair parameters perturbation phase transition phonons Phys polarization potential problem propagator pseudopotentials pseudospin quark repulsive resonant S-wave scattering self-consistent self-energy short range single particle soliton solution solve spin structure superradiance thermodynamic thermodynamic equilibrium total energy transformation two-body valence vector wave function wavefunction