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comment How to derive electron number equation of Bogoliubov Hamiltonian using thermodynamic relations.
I suggest trying $\partial F/\partial \mu=0$.
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comment Order of Monte Carlo integration and frequency summation
The order does not matter for finite discrete summations. When infinities or integrals are involved, the order may matter.
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comment Should Brillouin zone be a continuous object rather than a discrete one in the thermodynamic limit?
Since functions of $k$ are not pathological, defining the Brillouin as continuous or discrete would not produce any physical difference.
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comment E and B field from Time Varying Current
related: physics.stackexchange.com/q/87746
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comment Intro to Solid State Physics
You may also wish to check out lecture notes by other professors. For example, I have found the following helpful: www-thphys.physics.ox.ac.uk/people/SteveSimon/condmat2012/…
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comment Difference between RPA and generalized RPA
@Adam I am interested in using RPA to compute correlation functions in general. Which diagrams should be summed? How is it different in generalized RPA?
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comment Bogoliubov transformation with a slight twist
I would add that the diagonalization is always possible because the matrix is Hermitian.
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reviewed No Action Needed How long does it take to scan a typical scanning electron microscope image?
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comment Is there a way for an astronaut to rotate?
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