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Exchange and Correlation Energy of an Inhomogeneous ElectronGas at Metallic Densities
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Critical behavior of twodimensional magnetic systems with dipoledipole interactions
The critical exponents of twodimensional dipolar magnetic systems with isotropic inplane ordering may be obtained from the expansion which determines the exponents of isotropic threedimensional dipolar systems. However, ... 
Coefficients to O(3) for the mixed fixed point of the nmcomponent field model
The nmcomponent field model has a number of application in the description of critical phenomena. The coefficients in the expansion for the stability matrix eigenvalues and correlation function exponent n for the mixed ... 
Spin correlations in the lowdensity electron system
The authors have calculated the spin susceptibility x(q,) within a microscopic model over the full range of densities of the electron liquid in the paramagnetic state. Electronelectron interactions are described by static ... 
Photoacoustic investigation of the temperature and magneticfield dependence of the specificheat capacity and thermal conductivity near the Curie point of gadolinium
The photoacoustic technique was used as a simple but accurate tool to simultaneously determine the specificheat capacity C and thermal conductivity K of gadolinium in the neighborhood of the Curie point. One polycrystalline ... 
Linearresponse function of a semiinfinite degenerate plasma in the presence of an external magnetic field
The static linearresponse function x0(r,r') of a semiinfinite, degenerate plasma of noninteracting electrons is calculated in the presence of an external magnetic field perpendicular to the surface. The surface is simulated ... 

Depthdependent static shielding of an impurity by a quantum plasma in a magnetic field
The static shielding of a charged impurity embedded in a quantum plasma is studied with the use of linearresponse theory. The required response function is calculated in the randomphase approximation with a uniform ... 
Nonlocal exchange energy of manyfermion systems of arbitrary dimensionality and interparticle interaction
The exchange contributions to the groundstate energy of an inhomogeneous manyfermion system of arbitrary dimensionality are calculated. Explicit results are given for both the localdensity approximation and the lowestorder ... 
Critical magnetic susceptibility of gadolinium
The magnetic suspectibility of a single crystal of highpurity gadolinium has been measured in the critical region with use of AC susceptibility methods. For reduced temperatures t103, the data are described by a simple ... 

Universal correction to scaling amplitude ratios for inhomogeneous ferromagnets with continuous symmetry
Critical exponents and amplitude ratios for corrections to the scaling limit are calculated for a randomly diluted, weakly inhomogeneous O(m) Heisenberg model in an expansion in =4d. Calculations for the exponents and ... 
Umklapp electronelectron scattering and the lowtemperature electrical resistivity of the alkali metals
The Umklapp fraction, , for electronelectron scattering in the alkali metals has been calculated using firstprinciples pseudopotentials. Both Coulomb scattering and phononexchange scattering have been included. For a ... 
Comment on `Anisotropic superconductors with repulsive average interaction'
For original paper see M.D. Whitmore and J.P. Carbotte, ibid., vol.23, p.5782 (1981). In a recent paper Whitmore and Carbotte concluded that a sufficient condition for the superconducting state to be stable relative to the ... 
Magnetic susceptibility of metallic transitionmetal dichalcogenides
A tightbinding model has been used to estimate the anisotropy of the magnetic susceptibility of the metallic transitionmetal dichalcogenides. The calculated anisotropies obtained are in qualitative agreement with ... 
Coefficients to O (Epsilon3) for the Mixed FixedPoint of the NmComponent Field Model
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Critical exponents and amplitude ratios from electrical resistivity measurements of dysprosium
Resistive anomalies in helical antiferromagnets are shown to reflect the temperature dependence of the specific heat sufficiently close to the Neel temperature. The temperature dependence of superzone energy gaps does not ... 
Adsorbate densities and surface potentials of physisorbed systems: A densityfunctional approach
A densityfunctional approach for the calculation of the density of particles adsorbed on the surface of a solid is explored including the adparticle twobody interaction. The coverages and effective surface potentials so ...