A General Theory for Super Phenomena in Physics
Super phenomena in physics are explained as resulting from a large eigenvalue of the second-order reduced density of the system and as always occurring, for sufficiently low temperatures, if the corresponding second-order reduced hamiltonian possesses one or more bound states. The excitation spectrum of He3 and of He4 is interpreted in terms of pair transitions.
KeywordsHelium Atom Superfluid Transition Superfluid State Lambda Transition High Order Density
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