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Geometry and Topology in Electronic Structure Theory

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Geometry and Topology in Electronic Structure Theory
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Publisher: University of Trieste
Number of pages: 83

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From the table of contents: Introduction; Early discoveries; Berry-ology (geometry in nonrelativistic quantum mechanics); Manifestations of the Berry phase; Modern theory of polarization; Quantum metric and the theory of the insulating state.

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