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By Christian Gerard

This monograph bargains a rigorous mathematical therapy of the scattering thought of quantum N-particle structures in an exterior consistent magnetic box. specifically, it addresses the query of asymptotic completeness, a category of all attainable trajectories of such structures based on their asymptotic habit. The ebook adopts the so-called time-dependent method of scattering concept, which is determined by an instantaneous learn of the Schrodinger unitary workforce for giant instances. the trendy equipment of spectral and scattering idea brought within the Nineteen Eighties and Nineteen Nineties, together with the Mourre concept of confident commutators, propagation estimates, and geometrical innovations, are provided and seriously used. also, new tools have been constructed by way of the authors that allows you to take care of the (much much less understood) phenomena a result of presence of the magnetic box. The booklet is an effective start line for graduate scholars and researchers in mathematical physics who desire to stream into this sector of study. It comprises expository fabric, examine paintings formerly on hand simply within the type of magazine articles, in addition to a few new unpublished effects. The remedy of the topic is accomplished and principally self-contained, and the textual content is thoroughly written with cognizance to aspect

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