Applying Path integral to Superconductivity

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Hi, i m new here.

Can anyone give me a direction on this? Books, references, ideas...
 

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There are several books that would have something on this. The Feynman lectures on statistical mechanics (a separate book from the three volume lecture series) has a good introduction, and the Abrikosov Methods of Quantum Field theory in Statistical Mechanics would also have material on this.
 
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Thanks ! I will look into that right away.

Superconductor is not my field, but i feel like checking it out ;)
 
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f95toli
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Can you be a bit more specific?
If you mean bulk/electrinic properties you should take a look at Mahan's "Many Particle Physics".
 

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