I'd like some suggestions for good reading materials on the Keldysh formalism in a condmat context. I'm familiar with the imaginary time, coherent state, path integral formalism, but lately I've been ...
Does a real macroscopic body, like table, human or a cup permits description as a wave function? When is it possible and when not? For example in the "Statistical Physics, Part I" by Landau & ...
One of the pertinent questions about many body systems that causes me much wonder is why the solar system is so stable for billions of years. I came across the idea of "resonance" and albeit an useful ...
Two particles interacting by a inverse-square-law force, find their positions in function of time [duplicate]
Possible Duplicate: Two particles are interacting through gravitational forces. How to find their positions in function of time? Given the initial positions and velocities $r_1(0), r_2(0), ...