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non-Fermi liquid


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A many-fermion system that, unlike the electrons in ordinary metals, cannot readily be decribed in terms of quasiparticles. Examples of non-Fermi liquids include Luttinger liquids and high-temperature superconductivity. The theoretical analysis of non-Fermi liquids is more difficult than for ordinary many-fermion systems.

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