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TMF, 1976, Volume 26, Number 2, Pages 282–287 (Mi tmf3199)  

Bogolyubov's method in the quantum theory of a crystal with many-particle interaction

E. V. Gevorkyan


Abstract: Bogolyubov's hierarchy of equations is obtained for an equilibrium quantum system with many-particle interaction and the thermodynamics of crystals with such interaction between the particles is constructed in the approximation of multiplicativity of the rarely-particle statistical operators.

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Theoretical and Mathematical Physics, 1976, 26:2, 190–193

Received: 28.11.1974
Revised: 09.06.1975

Citation: E. V. Gevorkyan, “Bogolyubov's method in the quantum theory of a crystal with many-particle interaction”, TMF, 26:2 (1976), 282–287; Theoret. and Math. Phys., 26:2 (1976), 190–193

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