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By Raymond F Bishop; Peter Iza; Eduardo V Ludeña

The orientation and actual context of the CMT sequence of Workshops have consistently been cross-disciplinary, yet with an emphasis put on the typical matters of theorists making use of many-particle suggestions in different components of physics. during this spirit, CMT33 selected to concentration certain realization on unique fermionic and bosonic structures, quantum magnets and their quantum and thermal part transitions, novel condensed topic platforms for renewable power assets, the physics of nanosystems and nanotechnology, and purposes of molecular dynamics and density practical concept

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6, an almost phenomenological analysis of adsorption of fluids attracted to the substrate by van der Waals forces, is sufficient to exhibit the increasing importance of geometric over dominating interaction effects in the critical exponents of the filling transition. Previous studies of adsorption of macroscopic samples of either classical or quantum fluids in linear wedges, relying on thermodynamic arguments7 and corroborated by effective Hamiltonian models involve a few variables such as the bulk liquid density ρ0 , a fixed number of particles N –or volume V – and the main assumption of a sharp liquid–vapor interface.

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