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Physics of f-electrons and related phenomena in strongly correlated systems

Physics of f-electrons and related phenomena in strongly correlated systems

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Published by Progressof Theoretical Physics in Kyoto .
Written in English


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Statementedited by Osamu Sakai, Tetsuro Saso.
SeriesProgress of theoretical physics -- 108
ContributionsSakai, Osamu., Saso, Tetsuro.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14338978M

In recent years, nano-sized systems involving local charge or spin states have received wide interests because of their potential application in emerging fields such as quantum information and quantum computation. For instance, organometallic molecular complexes may serve as building blocks of quantum storage devices, because the spin-unpaired d or f electrons at Author: Xiao Zheng. These phenomena have been of considerable interest to the non-linear physics community, in particular in fluid dynamics and in chemical reactions. - Continuation of prestigious serial - Covers cutting edge research and topics in solid state physics - Studies strongly correlated electron systems and pattern formation in metal and alloys.

J. Kaczmarczyk and J. Spałek, Superconductivity in a correlated system of quasiparticles with spin-dependent masses, in Lectures on the Physics of Strongly Correlated Systems XIV, AIP Conf. Proceedings vol. , pp. ()⇒ link. Systems with strongly correlated electrons, in particular, transition metal (TM) compounds, present a very interesting class of materials with extremely rich properties (see, e.g., Refs [1, 2]).Among them are metals, insulators (of a special kind), and systems with metal–insulator transitions; they exhibit different types of ordering [magnetic, charge ordering (CO), orbital Cited by:

The study of strongly correlated electronic systems and the development of quantum transport in nanoelectronic devices have followed distinct, mostly non-overlapping paths. Electronic correlations of complex materials lead to emergent properties such as superconductivity, magnetism, and Mott insulator phases. This dual nature of the 5f-electrons leads to many complex phenomena that are observed in these strongly correlated materials, spanning magnetic ordering, heavy-fermion ground state, unconventional superconductivity, and/or "non-Fermi liquid" state. The electronic properties of the strongly correlated electron systems.


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The f electrons in rare earth and actinide compounds are localized at high temperatures. The so-called RKKY interaction leads to long-range magnetic ordering of the f electrons at low temperatures, where the indirect f-f interaction is mediated by the spin polarization of the conduction electrons.

The corresponding ordered moment is based on the. Physics of Heavy Fermions:Heavy Fermions and Strongly Correlated Electrons Systems (Condensed Matter Physics) - Kindle edition by Yoshichika Onuki.

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Finding the exotic phenomena in strongly correlated electron systems (SCESs) and understanding the corresponding microphysics have long been the research frontiers of condensed matter physics.

The remarkable examples for the intriguing phenomena discovered in past years include unconventional superconductivity, heavy Fermion behaviors, giant.

Heavy Fermions and Strongly Correlated Electrons Systems, Physics of Heavy Fermions, Yoshichika Onuki, WSPC. Des milliers de livres avec la livraison chez vous en 1 jour ou en magasin avec -5% de réduction. Coqblin, in Encyclopedia of Materials: Science and Technology, The generic term of strongly correlated electron systems is mostly reserved to metallic systems where there exists a strong interaction or hybridization between the inner d or f electrons and the conduction electrons.

This type of physics started from the experimental observation of the resistivity minimum in. An overview is given of the physics of strongly correlated systems.

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The book presents a consistent description of a new branch of solid state physics — the theory of strongly correlated systems which cannot be treated by conventional approaches as the density functional theory being successful for many years in describing. The understanding of anisotropic superconductivity and magnetism is a challenging problem in solid state and condensed matter physics.

This book will tackle all these topics and s of Heavy Fermions: Heavy Fermions and Strongly Correlated Electrons Systems (Hardcover). On the basis of an idea of the electron–hole relation between f 2 and f 4 states in a j–j coupling scheme, we point out a possibility that two-channel Kondo phenomena can be observed even in cubic transuranium compounds including Np and Pu ions with local \(\Gamma _{3}\) non-Kramers doublet ground state.

For the purpose, we analyze a seven-orbital impurity Anderson model. This work provides an overview of strongly correlated electron systems. Taking a historical point of view, this work emphasizes early papers and general concepts that have remained relevant over the year development of the field.

Selected experimental results are given that illustrate different by: Strongly correlated electrons in solids T. Ramakrishnan Department of Physics, Banaras Hindu University, VaranasiIndia, and Department of Physics, Indian Institute of Science, BangaloreIndia In this review, phenomena and ideas connected with strongly interacting electrons in condensed matter sys-tems will be outlined.

the book emphasizes new theoretical methods and concepts which might be effective also in other related areas. It also emphasizes the utility and limitation of dynamical information brought about by the NMR and neutron scattering. Special attention is paid to similarity to other strongly correlated systems like.

The volume presents, for the very first time, an exhaustive collection of those modern theoretical methods specifically tailored for the analysis of Strongly Correlated Systems. Many novel materials, with functional properties emerging from macroscopic quantum behaviors at the frontier of modern research in physics, chemistry and materials.

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These subtle correlations occur in narrow band materials, such as the. Examples of strongly correlated materials f-electrons: rare earths, actinides and their compounds: rare-earth 4f-electrons tend to be localized than itinerant, contribute little to cohesive energy, other e- bands cross EF, hence the metallic character.

- actinide (5f) display behavior intermediate between TM and rare earths. Supplement () “ Physics of f-electrons and related phenomena in strongly correlated systems”, ed. by O.

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A DECADE OF CONDENSED-MATTER PHYSICS from heavier rare-earth systems to cerium systems and into the light actinides. This excitement has arisen out of a variety of striking experimental observations, which in one way or another have tended to relate to the central question of the f-electron localized-to- delocalized transition.

between d- or f-electrons in these two oxides. The LSDA 1 U method The LSDA 1 U method was proposed by Anisimov et al. () in order to bridge the gap between ab initio density functional (DFT) methods based on local density approxi-mation (LDA) and many-body approaches to the treatment of strongly correlated electronic systems.

While. It is very important to elucidate the mechanism of superconductivity for achieving room temperature superconductivity. In the first half of this paper, we give a brief review on mechanisms of superconductivity in many-electron systems. We believe that high-temperature superconductivity may occur in a system with interaction of large-energy by: 1.Strongly correlated electrons in solids T.

V. Ramakrishnan Department of Physics, Banaras Hindu University, VaranasiIndia, and Department of Physics, Indian Institute of Science, BangaloreIndia In this review, phenomena and ideas connected with strongly interacting electrons in condensed matter sys tems will be outlined.physical phenomena, which are not pronounced for elemental metals, by some bright examples.

The book contains, where possible, a simple physical discussion of a num-ber of problems. At the same time, we use widely in last three Chapters such methods of theoretical physics as the second quantization, atomic representa-tion, Green’s function Cited by: