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A New Microscopic Calculation for the Uniform Electron Fluid

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The static fluctuation approximation is applied for the first time to an electronic system. A simple model (a uniform electron fluid) is chosen to explore the applicability of static fluctuation approximation to electrons in metals. The thermodynamic properties - the internal energy per particle, the pressure, the entropy per unit volume, the heat capacity per unit volume, and the chemical potential - are calculated over a wide range of densities within the metallic-density region. Finally, the pair-correlation function for the electron fluid is evaluated. Values of this function are then tabulated for zero-interparticle separation at several densities of interest. The results of this work are found to be in good agreement with several other many-body calculations.
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119
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3
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312-322
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2011-03
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2010-10-06
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2010-11-23
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