In solid state physics, Landausâ€™ Fermi liquid theory is perturbative theory of metals regarded as seas of fermions.
The model is highly successful, given its simplistic assumptions, for ordinary metals, but fails for materials with non-perturbative topological order thus known as strange metals. These are instead described by the AdS/CFT correspondence in condensed matter physics.
Named after Lev Landau (following Enrico Fermi).
Introduction and survey:
Andrea Amoretti, Chapter 2 of: Condensed Matter Applications of AdS/CFT: Focusing on strange metals, 2017 (spire:1610363, pdf)
(with an eye towards strange metals and AdS/CFT in condensed matter physics)
Erkki Thuneberg, Introduction to Landauâ€™s Fermi Liquid Theory 2009, (pdf)
See also
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