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4), as follows. 4) and isolate the terms containing b(N , γ). ,γk ∈ (ρα ) qγ1 qγ2 . .

21) are similar. 8) in Sect. 21) in Sect. 3. 21) is following. 22) ( j1 ,β1 )∈Q where Q is a subset of the Cartesian product Z × b(N , j + j1 , β + β1 ) = ( ( δ. 21): ( N (t)−λ j,β )b(N , j, β) = O(ρ− pα ) A( j, β, j + j1 , β + β1 ) + ( j1 ,β1 )∈Q ( ( − q δ ) j,β ) . 21). 21), as follows. 4). 23), since N (t) is close to λ j,β . 1). 2). The results of Sect. 3 were obtained in [VeMol, Ve6, Ve9]. In Sect. 4, we investigate the Bloch functions in the non-resonance domain. To investigate the Bloch functions we need to find the values of the quasimomenta γ + t for which the corresponding eigenvalues of L t (q) are simple.

To answer all these three problems (a), (b) and (c), in Chap. 2 we develop a new mathematical approach to this problem. The momentum space is divided into two domains: U (non-resonance domain) and V (resonance domain) and the eigenvalues |γ + t|2 , for large γ ∈ , are divided into two groups: non-resonance ones if γ + t ∈ U and resonance ones if γ + t ∈ V and various asymptotic formulae are obtained for the perturbations of each groups. (The precise definitions of U and V are given in the introduction of Chap.

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