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Naturally, it was myself who was mostly concerned with this but I regularly met with Landau to discuss the results. What has been said may produce the impression that my role in the creation of the Ψtheory was even greater than that of Landau. But this is not so. One should not forget that the fundamental basis was the theory [34,50] of second-order phase transitions developed by Landau in 1937 which I had employed in a number of cases [35, 49] and applied to the theory of superconductivity in paper .
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