Электронная книга: С. А. Рябчун «Introduction to superfluidity and superconductivity»

Introduction to superfluidity and superconductivity

These notes have appeared as a result of a one-term course in superfluidity and superconductivity given by the author to fourth-year undergraduate students and first-year graduate students of the Department of Physics, Moscow State University of Education. The goal was not to give a detailed picture of these two macroscopic quantum phenomena with an extensive coverage of the experimental background and all the modern developments, but rather to show how the knowledge of undergraduate quantum mechanics and statistical physics could be used to discuss the basic concepts and simple problems, and draw parallels between superconductivity and superfluidity.

Издательство: "МПГУ" (2017)

ISBN: 978-5-4263-0572-4

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