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Quasiparticles

M. I. Kaganov

Quasiparticles

ideas and principles of solid state quantum physics

by M. I. Kaganov

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Published by Mir in Moscow .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Translation and revision of the Russian edition, Originally published as "Kvazichastitsy: idei i printsipy kvantovoi fiziki tverdogo tela,Moskva: Nauka, 1976.

Statement[by] M.I. Kaganov and I.M. Lifshits ; translated from the Russian by V. Kissin.
ContributionsLifshits, I. M.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17514683M

  Quasiparticles can be used to explain physical phenomena in solid bodies even though they are not actual physical particles. Physicists in Innsbruck . Quasiparticle definition: a phonon, exciton, or other similar entity that has particlelike properties, as mass or | Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples.

  This video is about weird condensed matter systems, aka materials that have bizarre emergent particles in them that are unlike most other particles in .   I’m going to talk about quasiparticles. Let’s talk for a moment about the most world-altering scientific development of the last years: electronics. When humans learned how to harness the flow of electric current, it completely changed the way we live and our relationship to the natural world.

  Quasiparticles are a powerful concept of condensed matter quantum theory. In this review, the appearence and the properties of quasiparticles are presented in a unifying perspective. The principles behind the existence of quasiparticle excitations in both quantum disordered and ordered phases of fermionic and bosonic systems are by: 4.   A quasiparticle quest Date: November 6, Source: University of California - Santa Barbara Summary: Physicists have developed a device that could provide conclusive evidence for .


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Quasiparticle, in physics, a disturbance, in a medium, that behaves as a particle and that may conveniently be regarded as one. A rudimentary analogy is that of a bubble in a glass of beer: the bubble is not really an independent object but a phenomenon, the displacement of a volume of beer by.

Quasiparticle definition is - a composite entity (such as a vibration in a solid) that is analogous in its behavior to a single particle. Quasiparticles [Kaganov & Lifshits] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : Kaganov & Lifshits.

Quasiparticles one of the fundamental concepts of the theory of Quasiparticles book condensed state of matter and particularly of solid-state theory. The theoretical description and explanation of the properties of condensed media (solids and liquids) based on the properties of Quasiparticles book particles (atoms and molecules) constituting them present great difficulties, first.

In condensed matter physics, a Bogoliubov quasiparticle or Bogoliubon is a quasiparticle that occurs in superconductors. Whereas superconductivity is characterized by the condensation of Cooper pairs into the same ground quantum state, Bogoliubov quasiparticles are elementary excitations above the ground state, which are superpositions (linear combinations) of the excitations of negatively.

Quasiparticles Item Preview remove-circle The book tells how atomic particles move inside solids, what is meant by the term âthermal motionâ, and how the characteristics of motion of atomic particles are revealed in the macroscopic properties of solids. Addeddate. Figure Geometric properties of anyons.

(a) In 3D the closed (orange) path C around the blue particle is topologically equivalent to the (orange) path C' and can be contracted to a single point p by 'lifting' the path over the particle utilising the third dimension.

In 2D this is not possible. (b) Equivalence between moving the particle around a point p or moving a point around the particle. A quasi-particle is an excitation of a multi-particle system that has an energy-momentum relationship (dispersion relation) like a particle.

A quasiparticle is usually a collective state of many particles, an elementary excitation or sometimes the. Exciton Quasiparticles: Theory, Dynamics and Applications (Physics Research and Technology) UK ed.

Edition by Randy M. Bergin (Editor) ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important. ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book. Quasiparticles are an extremely useful concept that provides a more intuitive understanding of complex phenomena in many-body physics.

As Cited by: 9. Sigrist, in Encyclopedia of Materials: Science and Technology, 5 Characteristic Experimental Features of Unconventional Superconductors. Nodes in the quasiparticle gap of non-s-wave superconductors lead to quasiparticle excitations with arbitrarily low energies, in contrast to the situation in fully gapped conventional immediate consequence is the low-temperature.

quasiparticle (kwā′zī-pär′tĭ-kəl, kwä′zē-) n. Any of various discrete physical phenomena, such as phonons, that can be modeled as particles and can be induced by the interaction of conventional particles. ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend: Switch to new thesaurus Noun 1.

quasiparticle - a quantum of energy (in a crystal. Quasiparticles synonyms, Quasiparticles pronunciation, Quasiparticles translation, English dictionary definition of Quasiparticles. Any of various discrete physical phenomena, such as phonons, that can be modeled as particles and can be induced by the interaction of conventional.

Theories of metallic states without quasiparticles in the presence of disorder • Well-known perturbative theory of disordered met-als has 2 classes of known fixed points, the insulator at strong disorder, and the metal at weak disorder. The latter state has long-lived, extended quasiparti-cle excitations (which are not plane waves).File Size: 6MB.

Another example of a quasiparticle that acts as a counterpart to the electron quasiparticle is an electron hole, defined as the lack of electrons in a space surrounded by electrons. Quasiparticles, Including: Magnetic Monopole, Dyon, 't Hooft-Polyakov Monopole, Wu-Yang Monopole, Exciton, Soliton, Phonon, Electron Hole, Plasmo by Hephaestus Books and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Additional Physical Format: Online version: Kaganov, M.I.

(Moiseĭ Isaakovich). Quasiparticles. Moscow: Mir Publishers, (OCoLC) Document Type. Quasiparticle In physics, quasiparticles and collective excitations (which are closely related) are emergent phenomena that occur when a microscopically complicated system such as a. A Quasiparticle Quest.

— a type of collective electron state observed only in two dimensional samples at very high magnetic fields — the quasiparticles are known to have precisely a. A story about quasiparticles. Septem tags: electric field, electron gas, electrons, quasiparticles, the quantum field, the wave, two dimensions.

by Brian. Are you familiar with the book “A Different Universe” by Robert B. Laughlin?. 5To shorten (), one could have written it using the BCS pair operator by k c y k" y k# that creates a pair in momentum space.

6But \constV" must be kept in order to compare total energy of the BCS state with a competing hypothetical state of the electron sea.

For its value see Ex. File Size: KB.The term in () describes the conventional streamin g flow of q. p. 's familiar from kinetic theory.:r The other term, arising from the interactions, may be viewed as a dragging along of the ground state particles by the inhomogeneous distribution of quasi-particles.

Microsoft quantum computing scientists have captured a Majorana quasiparticle it was found that bound Majorana particles behave as quasiparticles when in Author: Gabriel Nunes.