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The electronic ground state of a periodic system is usually described in terms of extended Bloch orbitals, but an alternative representation in terms of localized "Wannier functions" was introduced by. . . . .
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Aerodynamics, from a modern point of view, is a branch of physics that study physical laws and their applications, regarding the displacement of a body into a fluid, such concept could be applied to a. . . . .
|Book :Lectures on Expansion Techniques In Algebraic Geometry
These notes are based upon my lectures at the Tata Institute from Novem-
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