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Males of Physics: L D. Landau, Vol. 1: Low Temperature and stable kingdom Physics is a compilation of an important clinical contributions of L. D. Landau, Nobel Prize winner in Physics for 1962.

This quantity comprises 8 papers that elucidate the theories of Helium II, Fermi drinks, superconductivity, electron diamagnetism, and ferromagnetism.

Undergraduate scholars within the box of physics will locate the publication worthwhile.

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F o r the details we must refer to Landau's paper at the end of this volume. To see the importance of the Ginzburg-Landau theory, we must first consider briefly the general problem of phenomenological theories of superconductivity. Recent theoretical work, starting from Fröhlich's basic idea (1950) that superconductivity is caused by the electron-lattice interaction, has produced a relatively satis factory foundation for a microscopic theory of superconductivity. Most of this theoretical work is based upon the so-called BCS theory (Bardeen, Cooper and Schriefler 1957) and has been de veloped by many theorists, both in the United States and in the USSR by the Bogolyubov and the Landau theoretical groups.

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