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Men of Physics: L D. Landau, Vol. 1: Low Temperature and Solid State Physics is a compilation of the most important scientific contributions of L. D. Landau, Nobel Prize winner in Physics for 1962.
This volume contains eight papers that elucidate the theories of Helium II, Fermi liquids, superconductivity, electron diamagnetism, and ferromagnetism. Undergraduate students in the field of physics will find the book invaluable.
Chapter I. Liquid Helium
Chapter II. Fermi Liquids
Chapter III. Superconductivity
Chapter II. Solid State Physics
1. The Theory of Superfluidity of Helium II (1941)
2. On the Theory of Superfluidity of Helium II (1947)
3. The Theory of a Fermi Liquid (1956)
4. Oscillations in a Fermi Liquid (1957)
5. On the Theory of the Intermediate State of Superconductors (1943)
6. On the Theory of Superconductivity (1950)
7. Diagmagnetism of Metals (1930)
8. On the Theory of the Dispersion of Magnetic Permeability in Ferromagnetic Bodies (1935)
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- © Pergamon 1965
- 1st January 1965
- eBook ISBN:
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