Correlations in charged fermion-boson mixture in dimensionalities D = 2 and D = 3
Physics Letters, Section A: General, Atomic and Solid State Physics
143 - 148
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We numerically study the correlation effects in a two-component charged fermion-boson mixture at zero temperature investigating the role played by the statistical effects and Coulomb correlations in a model with different fermion and boson mass ratios in two and three dimensions. The local-field factors describing the correlation effects and collective excitation modes are determined through the self-consistent scheme. We find that the effects of correlations and statistics are more pronounced in two-dimensional mixtures.