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A Guide to Feynman Diagrams in the Many-Body Problem

by Richard D. Mattuck

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Until this book, most treatments of this topic were inaccessible to nonspecialists. A superb introduction to important areas of modern physics, it covers Feynman diagrams, quasi particles, Fermi systems at finite temperature, superconductivity, vacuum amplitude, Dyson's equation, ladder approximation, and much more. "A great delight to read." -- Physics Today. 1974 edition.… (more)
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I was delighted by the extreme reactions to the first edition of this book.
This book is written for laymen, i.e., for experimental physicists and for those theoreticians who don't mind getting caught reading something easy.
The many-body problem has attracted attention ever since the philosophers of old speculated over the question of how many angels could dance on the head of a pin.
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Until this book, most treatments of this topic were inaccessible to nonspecialists. A superb introduction to important areas of modern physics, it covers Feynman diagrams, quasi particles, Fermi systems at finite temperature, superconductivity, vacuum amplitude, Dyson's equation, ladder approximation, and much more. "A great delight to read." -- Physics Today. 1974 edition.

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