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The quantum thermodynamic functions of plasma in terms of the Green’s function

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The objective of this paper is to calculate the third virial coefficient in Hartree approximation, Hartree-Fock approximation and the MontrollWard contribution of plasma byusing the Green’s function technique in terms of the interaction parameter , and used the result to calculate the quantum thermodynamic functions for one and two component plasma in the case of , where is the thermal De Broglie wave-length. We compared our results with others.

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Hussein, N. , Osman, A. , Eisa, D. and Abbas, R. (2014) The quantum thermodynamic functions of plasma in terms of the Green’s function. Natural Science, 6, 71-80. doi: 10.4236/ns.2014.62011.

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