The applicability of the renormalization group method to typical logarithmic problems such as X-ray absorption, the Kondo effect and one-dimensional superconductivity is discussed. It is concluded that if the problem scales into a strong coupling regime, then the orthodox version of the renormalization group method does not distinquish between strong but finite coupling and infinitely strong coupling.
|Number of pages||6|
|Publication status||Published - Jan 1 1973|
|Event||Collect Prop of Phys Syst, Symp, Proc, Lerum - |
Duration: Jun 12 1973 → Jun 16 1973
|Other||Collect Prop of Phys Syst, Symp, Proc, Lerum|
|Period||6/12/73 → 6/16/73|
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