[Book?] Scattering processes in Condensed Matter

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Hi guys,

i know that there are Feynman diagrams in condensed matter around. As far as i understood it they are used to calculate Green's functions but as we all know from qft Feynman diagrams can also be used to calculated scattering amplitudes...so, i wonder if there is a book around with explains the uses of Feynman diagrams to calculate scattering amplitudes/cross section in CMP as we know and love it from QFT (if there is such a thing as an amplitude in condensed matter physics)

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earht2
 

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Thanks for the reply. I do already have this book and find it quite unsatisfactory somehow. The author is mainly concerned with Green's function and only mentions scattering amplitudes very very briefly without details...

So thanks again!
Other recommendations?

Cheers
 
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