What is “temperature”, and which of the numerous quantum states ψ n are actually realised?
How do we calculate, at least approximately, the properties of real materials, such as, for example, the specific heat C V ?
Where do macroscopic quantum effects occur, i.e. not only in the atomic region?
KeywordsPartition Function Ising Model Critical Exponent Curie Point Maxwell Distribution
Unable to display preview. Download preview PDF.
- 1.For a recent conference see Int. J. Mod. Phys. C 3, 773–1164 (1992)Google Scholar
- 1.For a conference see Physica C 185–189 (1991)Google Scholar
- 2.J.C. Wheatley, page 1 in: Progress in Low Temperature Physics, vol. VIIa, edited by C.J. Gorter (North Holland, Amsterdam 1978)Google Scholar
- 1.Phase Transitions and Critical Phenomena, edited by C. Domb, M.S. Green, and J.L. Lebowitz, vol. 1–16 (Academic Press, London 1972–1994)Google Scholar