## Proceedings of the International School of Physics "Enrico Fermi.", Volume 37N. Zanichelli, 1967 - Nuclear physics |

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The bandwidth

The bandwidth

**depends**on the frequency of hopping and this**depends**on the proportion of. and n - o Since 11 σσ ' THEORY OF CORRELATIONS IN TRANSITION METALS ...Page 109

To see this one has only to look at the expression for the density of states , which

To see this one has only to look at the expression for the density of states , which

**depends**on G ( E + iε ) — G ( E — is ) . G is the full propagator for ...Page 257

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**depend**on the coupling of the f - states to electrons in the ... a direct Coulomb overlap between s and f which**depends**on the anisotropy of the f ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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### Contents

LOMER Band theory and magnetism | 1 |

JACCARINO Studies of the hyperfine interaction in transi | 39 |

P W ANDERSON and W L MCMILLAN Multiplescattering | 50 |

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