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R p |r1 , . . , r p ; t), see Appendix B. Thus, the diagonal of g ( p) in momentum space provides information about the coherence of | (t) which is not contained in the diagonal of g ( p) in real space and vice versa. 9 First and Second Order RDMs, Correlations and Coherence The fact that many-body quantum systems interact generally via two-body interaction potentials makes the RDMs of first and second order particularly important. For example, the expectation value of any two-body operator can be represented by an integral involving the second-order RDM only, see Sect.
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