### Weak solutions to general Euler's equations via nonsmooth critical point theory

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We prove the phase segregation phenomenon to occur in the ground state solutions of an interacting system of two self-coupled repulsive Hartree equations for large nonlinear and nonlocal interactions. A self-consistent numerical investigation visualizes the approach to this segregated regime.

We consider systems of weakly coupled Schrödinger equations with nonconstant potentials and investigate the existence of nontrivial nonnegative solutions which concentrate around local minima of the potentials. We obtain sufficient and necessary conditions for a sequence of least energy solutions to concentrate.

2000 Mathematics Subject Classification: 35J40, 49J52, 49J40, 46E30 By means of a suitable nonsmooth critical point theory for lower semicontinuous functionals we prove the existence of infinitely many solutions for a class of quasilinear Dirichlet problems with symmetric non-linearities having a one-sided growth condition of exponential type. The research of the authors was partially supported by the MIUR project “Variational and topological methods in the study of nonlinear...

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