The asymptotic behaviour of generalised Bose-Einstein integral functions at small values of the chemical potential is shown to depend crucially on the behaviour, close to zero, of the spectral measure induced on R + by the single particle Hamiltonian, at fixed inverse temperature.
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Lunn, M. Integral functions of the Bose gas. Lett Math Phys 7, 51–53 (1983). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00398712
- Statistical Physic
- Asymptotic Behaviour
- Group Theory
- Single Particle
- Integral Function