On Analytical Solutions of the Quasiclassical Kinetic Equation of the Highest-Order Perturbation Theory in the Approximation of the Relaxation Time
It is proved that the solution of the quasiclassical kinetic equation for the Bose and Fermi statistics can be represented in general in the approximation of the relaxation time. Thanks to the found general solution for the distribution function f(r, p, t), any nonequilibrium characteristic of metals, magnets, and dielectrics can be calculated in any order of perturbation theory in the approximation of the relaxation time τ.
Keywordsquasiclassical kinetic equation quasiequilibrium distribution function heat conductivity conductivity current density
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