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Effective field theory power counting at finite density

Authors
  • Steele, James V.
Publication Date
Oct 01, 2000
Source
INSPIRE-HEP
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Abstract

Effective field theory is applied to finite-density systems with an unnaturally large scattering length, such as neutron matter. A new organizational scheme is identified and connected with an expansion in inverse powers of the number of space-time dimensions. This power counting allows for analytic calculations in many-body systems and reproduces the hole-line expansion of traditional nuclear physics.

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