Ground state properties of multi-polaron systems

R. Frank, É. Lieb, R. Seiringer, L. Thomas, in:, World Scientific Publishing, 2012, pp. 477–485.


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We summarize our recent results on the ground state energy of multi-polaron systems. In particular, we discuss stability and existence of the thermodynamic limit, and we discuss the absence of binding in the case of large Coulomb repulsion and the corresponding binding-unbinding transition. We also consider the Pekar-Tomasevich approximation to the ground state energy and we study radial symmetry of the ground state density.
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2012-08-01
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477 - 485
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ICMP: International Congress on Mathematical Physics
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Frank R, Lieb É, Seiringer R, Thomas L. Ground state properties of multi-polaron systems. In: World Scientific Publishing; 2012:477-485. doi:10.1142/9789814449243_0045
Frank, R., Lieb, É., Seiringer, R., & Thomas, L. (2012). Ground state properties of multi-polaron systems (pp. 477–485). Presented at the ICMP: International Congress on Mathematical Physics, World Scientific Publishing. https://doi.org/10.1142/9789814449243_0045
Frank, Rupert, Élliott Lieb, Robert Seiringer, and Lawrence Thomas. “Ground State Properties of Multi-Polaron Systems,” 477–85. World Scientific Publishing, 2012. https://doi.org/10.1142/9789814449243_0045.
R. Frank, É. Lieb, R. Seiringer, and L. Thomas, “Ground state properties of multi-polaron systems,” presented at the ICMP: International Congress on Mathematical Physics, 2012, pp. 477–485.
Frank R, Lieb É, Seiringer R, Thomas L. 2012. Ground state properties of multi-polaron systems. ICMP: International Congress on Mathematical Physics 477–485.
Frank, Rupert, et al. Ground State Properties of Multi-Polaron Systems. World Scientific Publishing, 2012, pp. 477–85, doi:10.1142/9789814449243_0045.

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