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By S. A. Moskalenko, D. W. Snoke

Bose-Einstein condensation of excitons is a distinct impact during which the digital states of an effective can self-organize to obtain quantum part coherence. The phenomenon is heavily associated with Bose-Einstein condensation in different platforms akin to liquid helium and laser-cooled atomic gases. overlaying theoretical features in addition to fresh experimental paintings, the e-book offers a finished survey of the sphere. After introducing the correct easy physics of excitons, the authors talk about exciton-phonon interactions in addition to the habit of biexcitons. in addition they hide exciton phase-transitions and provides specific recognition to nonlinear optical results together with the optical Stark impression and chaos in excitonic structures. The thermodynamics of equilibrium, quasiequilibrium, and nonequilibrium structures are tested intimately. all through, the authors interweave theoretical and experimental effects. The booklet might be of significant curiosity to graduate scholars and researchers in semiconductor and superconductor physics, quantum optics, and atomic physics.

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