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Modern Theory of Critical Phenomena (Frontiers in Physics, No. 46)

Shang-Keng Ma

Modern Theory of Critical Phenomena (Frontiers in Physics, No. 46)

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Published by Addison-Wesley .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Mathematics and Science,
  • Science,
  • Science/Mathematics,
  • Thermodynamics

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages561
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL7934467M
    ISBN 100805366709
    ISBN 109780805366709


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by Shang-keng MaPrice: $ An introduction into the theory of boundary critical phenomena and the application of the field-theoretical renormalization group method to these is given. The emphasis is on a discussion of surface critical behavior at bulk critical points of magnets, binary alloys, and fluids.

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The concepts of the conventional theory, mode-coupling, scaling, universality, and the renormalization group are introduced and are illustrated in the context of a simple example-the phase separation of a symmetric binary fluid.

“Theory of dynamic critical phenomena,” published in in Reviews of Modern Physics, provided a summary of the status of those theories7 and promoted a classification scheme that re-mains in use today. Two systems belonging to the same static universality class may belong to different classes of dynamic phenomena.

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The theoretical section presents reviews that cover the modern theory of critical phenomena, methods to correlate near critical experimental results and approaches to understanding the behavior of near critical fluids from microscopic theory. For surveys of the modern theory of critical phenomena, including references to the original literature, see the following reviews: K.

Wilson and J.Physics Reports 12C, No. 2 (). Google Scholar. In the s and early s, major advances occurred in the theory of critical phenomena. Important ideas that emerged included the introduction of critical exponents to describe how various static quantities diverge or go to zero as one approaches a critical point and the introduction of scaling laws, which lead to relations among the various exponents.

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