ON THE ORIGIN OF PHASE TRANSITIONS IN VARIOUS MODELS.
MARYLAND UNIV COLLEGE PARK INST FOR FLUID DYNAMICS AND APPLIED MATHEMATICS
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A formal analogy is pointed out between the BardeenCooper-Schrieffer model for superconductivity and several variations of the model suggested by Kac for the exact study of phase transitions. It is shown that similar techniques due to Haag can be used in all these cases, and some conclusions are drawn on the origin of both equilibrium and non-equilibrium singularities. Author
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