Duke University, USA
Posters & Accepted Abstracts: J Phys Chem Biophys
The presently known and potential future manifestations of bosonization of fermions will be discussed. The conditions for such bosonization will be detailed in the context of actual physical interactions in addition to its Mathematical Physics foundations. The roles of spontaneous and stimulated emission processes for the self-generation and growth of quantized collective elementary excitations will be explained in the context of the above form of bosonization in Many Body Theory. The possibility that such bosonization can lead to the clustering of fermions and thereby to the precipitation of the associated condensate will be probed. The generality of this process will be gleaned from a detailed discussion of a set of specific examples giving us clues as to how to resolve technical issues related to its treatment in Theoretical Physics and to its present and future practical technological applications.
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