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Название: Classical Coulomb Fluids in a Confined Geometry
Авторы: Jancovici B., Manificat G.
Journal of Statistical Physics, Vol. 68, Nos. 5/6, 1992. p. 1189-1103.
It has already been argued that a classical (three-dimensional) Coulomb fluid confined between two parallel walls exhibits ideal gas features when the distance between the walls becomes small; this is confirmed in the present paper. Two-dimensional models of Coulomb fluids (with a logarithmic interaction), confined in a strip, are also studied. These models do not become ideal gases in the narrow strip limit. The correlation functions are also studied. There is a special temperature at which exact results are obtained. At that temperature, the
two-dimensional, two-component plasma (two-dimensional Coulomb gas), which is a conductor when unconfined, becomes a dielectric as soon as it is confined in a strip of noninflnite width. This can be understood as a displacement of the Kosterlitz-Thouless transition by the confinement.