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Integrable Pseudospin Models in Condensed Matter

S. P. Novikov

Integrable Pseudospin Models in Condensed Matter

by S. P. Novikov

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Published by CRC .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Theoretical methods,
  • Physics,
  • Science / Physics,
  • Mathematical Physics,
  • Science,
  • Science/Mathematics

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    SeriesSoviet Scientific Reviews Series, Section C
    The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages152
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL12860393M
    ISBN 103718653788
    ISBN 109783718653782

    Read the latest chapters of Modern Problems in Condensed Matter Sciences at , Elsevier’s leading platform of peer-reviewed scholarly literature. (source: Nielsen Book Data) Summary This volume contains a set of pedagogical reviews covering the most recent applications of low-dimensional quantum field theory in condensed matter physics, written by experts who have made major contributions to this rapidly developing field of research.

    'Structured in three parts, this book provides a comprehensive introduction to the description and construction of solitons in various models. In the first two chapters of part one, the author discusses the properties of topological solitons in the completely integrable [s]ine-Gordon model and in the non-integrable models with polynomial by:   We developed a Kondo-necklace-type spin–pseudospin model in which all ordering degrees of freedom are ascribed to e g electrons. In addition to the spin (S) and orbital pseudospin (τ) degrees of freedom, we have a second pseudospin η describing the position of the e g electron in the unit cell (η z = 1 / 2 for V1, η z = - 1 / 2 for V2).Cited by: 2.

    Nobel winner who transformed condensed-matter and particle physics. Piers Coleman He was a graduate student with Philip W. Anderson at Princeton in – "This is a compact and rather consistent treatise of the Physics of Structural Phase Transitions (PSPT). Since the presentation is based on a very transparent pseudospin condensate approach and on the Landau mean-field theory, this book is accessible to students Author: Minoru Fujimoto.


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This chapter starts with a discussion of approximate physical realizations of 1+1-dimensional integrable models in solids and systems of ultra-cold trapped atoms. It then turns to local properties of energy eigenstates away from the edges of the spectrum.

In generic models these states are thermal, while in integrable models non-thermal states with finite entropy densities coexist with thermal. Integrable Pseudospin Models in Condensed Matter by.

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Abstract: We study the RKKY interaction of magnetic impurities in the $\alpha-{\cal T}_3$ model which hosts pseudospin-1 fermions. By using the effective low-energy Hamiltonian we calculate the RKKY coupling for impurities placed on the same or different : D.

Oriekhov, V. Gusynin. This book is in copyright. Subject to statutory exception 34 Integrable models: dynamical mass generation General properties of integrable models Correlation functions: the sine-Gordon model In high energy physics these problems are really serious, but in condensed matter File Size: KB.

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For the recently proposed exactly solvable two-chain correlated electron model with the anisotropic spin-spin interaction between electrons and the spin-orbit interaction the ground state persisten. A few general reviews of field-theoretic models of interest to a condensed matter physicist can be found in the Reviews of Modern Physics: J.

Kogut, "An introduction to lattice gauge theory and spin systems", Rev. Mod. Phys. 51, (); H. Thacker, "Exact integrability in quantum field theory and statistical systems", Rev. Mod. Phys. This book deals with the statistical mechanics and dynamics of open quantum systems moving irreversibly under the influence of a dissipative environment.

The basic concepts and methods are described on the basis of a microscopic description with emphasis on the functional integral approach. arXivv1 [-el] 1 Jan RKKY interaction in doped pseudospin-1 fermion system at finite temperature D.

Oriekhov1 and V. Gusynin2 1Department of Physics, Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv, KyivUkraine 2Bogolyubov Institute for Theoretical Physics, Kyiv,Ukraine (Dated: January 3, )Author: D. Oriekhov, V. Gusynin. Integrability in Atomic and Condensed Matter Physics Les Houches Summer School, 30 July - 24 August Download the School's poster or the full Les Houches school program.

Many developments have recently occurred in the field of exactly-solvable quantum models. We review applications of the sine-Gordon model, the O(3) non-linear sigma model, the U(1) Thirring model, and the O(N) Gross-Neveu model to quasi one-dimensional quantum magnets, Mott insulators, and carbon nanotubes.

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Pseudospin and chirality The eigenstates have two components, reminiscent of spin ½ Looking back to the original definitions, the two components correspond to the relative amplitude of the Bloch function on the A and B sublattice. This degree of freedom is called pseudospin.

If the wavefunction was finite only on A sublattice → (1,0)T = | ↑ >File Size: KB.This book is a course in modern quantum field theory for condensed matter physics. It includes a derivation of the path integral representation, Feynman diagrams and elements of the theory of metals including a discussion of Landau Fermi liquid theory/5(2).This book focuses on the theory of quantum matter, strongly interacting systems of quantum many–particle physics, particularly on their study using exactly solvable and quantum integrable models with Bethe ansatz methods.

Part 1 explores the fundamental methods of statistical physics and quantum many–particle physics required for an understanding of quantum : Hans-Peter Eckle.