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Phases and Phase Transitions in Disordered Quantum Systems

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Phases and Phase Transitions in Disordered Quantum Systems
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Publisher: arXiv
Number of pages: 60

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These lecture notes give a pedagogical introduction to phase transitions in disordered quantum systems and to the exotic Griffiths phases induced in their vicinity. The author also presents a number of experimental examples.

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