Free Energy of Gravitating Fermions
Les rencontres physiciens-mathématiciens de Strasbourg -RCP25, Tome 14 (1972) , Exposé no. 3, 26 p.
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Thirring, Walter. Free Energy of Gravitating Fermions. Les rencontres physiciens-mathématiciens de Strasbourg -RCP25, Tome 14 (1972) , Exposé no. 3, 26 p. http://archive.numdam.org/item/RCP25_1972__14__A3_0/

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