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The controversial piston in the thermodynamic limit
, 2008
"... We consider the evolution of a system composed of N noninteracting point particles of mass m in a container divided in two regions by a movable adiabatic wall (adiabatic piston). In this talk we discuss the thermodynamic limit where the area A of the container, the number N of particles, and the ma ..."
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We consider the evolution of a system composed of N noninteracting point particles of mass m in a container divided in two regions by a movable adiabatic wall (adiabatic piston). In this talk we discuss the thermodynamic limit where the area A of the container, the number N of particles
Statistical Multifragmentation in Thermodynamic Limit
, 2000
"... An exact analytical solution of the statistical multifragmentation model is found in thermodynamic limit. The model exhibits a 1st order phase transition of the liquidgas type. The mixed phase region of the phase diagram, where the gas of nuclear fragments coexists with the infinite liquid condens ..."
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An exact analytical solution of the statistical multifragmentation model is found in thermodynamic limit. The model exhibits a 1st order phase transition of the liquidgas type. The mixed phase region of the phase diagram, where the gas of nuclear fragments coexists with the infinite liquid
On the thermodynamical limit of selfgravitating systems
, 2003
"... astroph/0303301 It is shown that the diluted thermodynamical limit of a selfgravitating system proposed by de Vega and Sánchez suffers from the same problems as the usual thermodynamical limit and leads to divergent thermodynamical functions. This question is also discussed from the point of view ..."
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astroph/0303301 It is shown that the diluted thermodynamical limit of a selfgravitating system proposed by de Vega and Sánchez suffers from the same problems as the usual thermodynamical limit and leads to divergent thermodynamical functions. This question is also discussed from the point of view
The thermodynamic limit of the Whitham equations
 Physics Letters A
"... The infinitegenus limit of the KdVWhitham equations is derived. The limit involves special scaling for the associated spectral surface such that the integrated density of states remains finite as N → ∞ (the thermodynamic type limit). The limiting integrodifferential system describes slow evoluti ..."
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The infinitegenus limit of the KdVWhitham equations is derived. The limit involves special scaling for the associated spectral surface such that the integrated density of states remains finite as N → ∞ (the thermodynamic type limit). The limiting integrodifferential system describes slow
Does decoherence in the thermodynamic limit exist?
, 2008
"... We consider the JaynesCummings model for N particles in the thermodynamic limit showing how it can produce decoherence on a Schrödinger cat state. This mechanism can be observed in current experiments with cavities. ..."
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We consider the JaynesCummings model for N particles in the thermodynamic limit showing how it can produce decoherence on a Schrödinger cat state. This mechanism can be observed in current experiments with cavities.
General Theorems on Decoherence in the Thermodynamic Limit ∗
, 2008
"... We extend the results on decoherence in the thermodynamic limit [M. Frasca, Phys. Lett. A 283, 271 (2001)] to general Hamiltonians. It is shown that N independent particles, initially properly prepared, have a set of observables behaving classically in the thermodynamic limit. This particular set of ..."
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We extend the results on decoherence in the thermodynamic limit [M. Frasca, Phys. Lett. A 283, 271 (2001)] to general Hamiltonians. It is shown that N independent particles, initially properly prepared, have a set of observables behaving classically in the thermodynamic limit. This particular set
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