Heat Capacity of System of Bose Particles

  • F. Klvaňa


In this chapter we will study a system of Bose particles with nonzero mass, (for example He4), in low temperature near absolute zero, when an interesting effect of superfluidity, (or also superconductivity for electrons) appears.


Heat Capacity Critical Temperature Internal Energy Riemann Zeta Function Absolute Zero 
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