A Career in Theoretical Physics
This volume contains a discriminating selection of the many topics on which Philip Anderson has worked. Some of the papers included are now hard to find elsewhere, and each has been embellished with commentary on how they came to be written. Anderson has also provided an entertaining introduction setting out his philosophy of what is important in science.
Contents: Ferroelectricity, Soft Modes; Superconductivity: BCS; Line Broadening, Correlation Function; Broken Symmetry; Magnetic State, Mott Insulators; Superfluidity: He3 + He4; Local Moments and Kondo Effect; Localization; General; Electronic Structure; Spin Glass and Non-Ergodic Systems; Mixed Valence; High-Tc and the New Physics.
Readership: Physicists, chemists and materials scientists.
698 pages; ISBN 9789812385123
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Title: A Career in Theoretical Physics
Author: P W Anderson