In quantum mechanics, examples of few-body problems include light nuclear systems (that is, few-nucleon bound and scattering states), small molecules, light atoms (such as helium in an external electric field), and quantum dots. Three-body systems can be solved exactly through the Faddeev equations.
In classical mechanics, the few-body problem is a subset of the N-body problem.
One notable journal covering this field is Few-body Systems.
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