Typical fast thermalization processes in closed many-body systems

Reimann P (2016)
NATURE COMMUNICATIONS 7: 10.

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Abstract / Bemerkung
The lack of knowledge about the detailed many-particle motion on the microscopic scale is a key issue in any theoretical description of a macroscopic experiment. For systems at or close to thermal equilibrium, statistical mechanics provides a very successful general framework to cope with this problem. However, far from equilibrium, only very few quantitative and comparably universal results are known. Here a quantum mechanical prediction of this type is derived and verified against various experimental and numerical data from the literature. It quantitatively describes the entire temporal relaxation towards thermal equilibrium for a large class (in a mathematically precisely defined sense) of closed many-body systems, whose initial state may be arbitrarily far from equilibrium.
Erscheinungsjahr
2016
Zeitschriftentitel
NATURE COMMUNICATIONS
Band
7
Art.-Nr.
10
ISSN
2041-1723
Page URI
https://pub.uni-bielefeld.de/record/2917074

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Reimann P. Typical fast thermalization processes in closed many-body systems. NATURE COMMUNICATIONS. 2016;7: 10.
Reimann, P. (2016). Typical fast thermalization processes in closed many-body systems. NATURE COMMUNICATIONS, 7, 10. doi:10.1038/ncomms10821
Reimann, P. (2016). Typical fast thermalization processes in closed many-body systems. NATURE COMMUNICATIONS 7:10.
Reimann, P., 2016. Typical fast thermalization processes in closed many-body systems. NATURE COMMUNICATIONS, 7: 10.
P. Reimann, “Typical fast thermalization processes in closed many-body systems”, NATURE COMMUNICATIONS, vol. 7, 2016, : 10.
Reimann, P.: Typical fast thermalization processes in closed many-body systems. NATURE COMMUNICATIONS. 7, : 10 (2016).
Reimann, Peter. “Typical fast thermalization processes in closed many-body systems”. NATURE COMMUNICATIONS 7 (2016): 10.

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