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Non Fermi liquid physics in or near to one-dimension

Nicholas S. P. Shannon

Non Fermi liquid physics in or near to one-dimension

by Nicholas S. P. Shannon

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Written in English


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Thesis (Ph.D.) - University of Warwick, 1997.

StatementNicholas S. P. Shannon.
The Physical Object
Paginationxii,114p.
Number of Pages114
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17484443M

less Fermi surface destroys Fermi liquid behavior10,12, The purpose of this paper is to formulate a new con-trolled theoretical approach to this class of problem, the need for which has been emphasized recently22,The low energy physics of the resulting non-fermi liquid metal is characterized by universal scale invariant behavior. In this article I illustrate four such routes towards forming a non-Fermi liquid metal and illustrate, where possible, how these have been realized in a number of materials. The proximity to a quantum phase transition and reduced effective dimensionality can both play important roles.

Non-Fermi Liquid Quantum Impurity Physics from non-Abelian Quantum Hall States Article (PDF Available) in Physical review. B, Condensed matter 84(3) January with 18 Reads. Understand better the breakdown of Fermi liquid in one dimension K. Le Hur () Electron Decoherence and Applications to Interferometry: Karyn Le Hur, Phys. Rev. Lett. 95, () & () 1st step towards Charge fractionalization in non-chiral Luttinger liquids using Momentum-Resolved tunneling.

Pomeranchuk instability in a non-Fermi liquid from holography. Phys. Rev. D 86, (). Seungmin Hong; Phillips, P. Towards the standard model for Fermi arcs from a Wilsonian reduction of the Hubbard model. Phys. Rev. B, 86, () Wei-Cheng Lee and Philip Phillips. Non-Fermi liquid due to orbital fluctuations in iron pnictide. The RG approach is simpler, more straightforward, and also contains information about the instabilities which invalidate the Fermi-liquid approximation. This idea has also found applications in searches for non-Fermi liquids in high T_c materials and in physics at finite matter density. Of late, I have been working on developing a Hamiltonian.


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Non Fermi liquid physics in or near to one-dimension by Nicholas S. P. Shannon Download PDF EPUB FB2

Fermi liquid theory (also known as Landau's Fermi-liquid theory) is a theoretical model of interacting fermions that describes the normal state of most metals at sufficiently low temperatures.

The interactions among the particles of the many-body system do not need to be small. The phenomenological theory of Fermi liquids was introduced by the Soviet physicist. Landau Theory of the Fermi Liquid Adiabatic Continuity The results of the previous lectures, which are based on the physics of non-interacting systems plus lowest orders in perturbation theory, motivates the following description of the behavior of a Fermi liquid File Size: KB.

An ideal Fermi gas is a state of matter which is an ensemble of many non-interacting ns are particles that obey Fermi–Dirac statistics, like electrons, protons, and neutrons, and, in general, particles with half-integer statistics determine the energy distribution of fermions in a Fermi gas in thermal equilibrium, and is characterized.

A key question in condensed matter physics concerns whether pure three-dimensional metals can always be described as Fermi liquids.

Using neutron Larmor diffraction to overcome the traditional resolution limit of diffraction experiments, we studied the lattice constants of the cubic itinerant-electron magnet manganese silicide (MnSi) at low temperatures and high Cited by:   Even though bulk metallic systems contain a very large number of strongly interacting electrons, their properties are well described within Landau's Fermi liquid theory of non-interacting Cited by:   An explicit theoretical construction of a metallic non-Fermi liquid ground state opens a route to attack long-standing problems such.

Landau’s Fermi liquid is the fundamental concept in modern solid state physics and sets the language and notion used to communicate and interpret physi-cal observations in solids.

Within the Fermi liquid theory, electrons in solids are described as non-interacting quasi-particles, with some of their properties. Review of Fermi liquid theory Topological argument for the Luttinger theorem 2.

Fractionalized Fermi liquid A Fermi liquid co-existing with topological order for the pseudogap metal 3. Quantum matter without quasiparticles (A) A mean-field model of a non-Fermi liquid, and charged black holes (B) Field theory of a non-Fermi liquid (Ising-nematic.

which to compare more sophisticated theories. Thus Fermi-liquid theory is a paradigm of many-body theories, and it is presented in detail in many books discussing the many-body problem.

L.D. Landau and E.M. Lifshitz, Statistical Physics, Part 2 (Pergamon, Oxford, ). Nozieres, Theory of interacting Fermi systems (Be-jamin, New York ). Luttinger Liquids and Non-Fermi Liquid States in one dimension Non-Fermi liquids: Luttinger liquids in one-dimensional and quasi-one-dimensional systems: quantum wires, carbon nano-tubes and quantum Hall edges.

Abelian bosonization. Non-perturbative theory of interacting fermi systems in one dimension. Luttinger liquids. Excellent discussion of the thermodynamics behind Fermi liquid theory. Patankar's Intro to Landau-Fermi Liquid Theory. Good microscopic description. Explains the breakdown of the Fermi liquid theory near the end.

Andy Schofield's Intro to Non-Fermi Liquids. Good, quick intro to Fermi liquid fundamentals and where it fails. LETTERS NATURE PHYSICS DOI/NPHYS Left drain Right drainSource UW LW Top gate Top gate E lost by a particle E lost by a hole 2 1 3 k (a.u.) E (a.u.) B a b 10 8 6 4 2 0 ¬4 ¬2 02 4 Multiple p¬h cont.

Single p¬h ex. Figure 1 jKinematic constraints on particle and hole relaxation in one dimension, and measurement set-up. a, The. The materials covered in this course include Green’s functions and Feynman diagrams, weakly-correlated electronic systems and the Fermi liquid theory of Landau, (quantum and classical) phase transitions and spontaneous symmetry breaking, the quantum Hall effect and topological insulators, strongly-correlated electronic systems and non-Fermi.

The same is true of chapter 3 where a phenomenological and physically insightful introduction is given to the Luttinger liquidthe key concept in the low-energy physics of one-dimensional systems, analogous to the Fermi liquid in higher dimensions.

Fermi liquids” and “Luttinger liquids” synonymously, although, as we show below, Fermi liquid behaviour as it is established in 3D is not possible in 1D. Fermi liquid theory is based on (but not exhausted by) a picture of quasi-particles evolving out of the particles (holes) of a Fermi gas upon adiabatically switching on in-teractions [1, 2].

bosonization is used extensively throughout the rest of the book. The same is true of chapter 3 where a phenomenological and physically insightful introduction is given to the Luttinger liquidthe key concept in the low-energy physics of one-dimensional systems, analogous to the Fermi liquid in higher dimensions.

Spalek, in Encyclopedia of Condensed Matter Physics, Basic Definitions. The Fermi liquid theory bears its name from the phenomenological approach proposed by L D Landau which aims to describe the quantum properties of liquid 3 He in the normal (nonsuperfluid) state at low temperatures: k B T ≪ ε spin s=1/2 is that of 3 He nucleus, since the 1s 2 filled.

Modern electronic devices and novel materials often derive their extraordinary properties from the intriguing, complex behavior of large numbers of electrons forming what is known as an electron liquid. This book provides an in-depth introduction to the physics of the interacting electron liquid in a broad variety of systems, including metals, semiconductors.

Pruschke T., Maier T., Jarrell M. () From Fermi Liquid to Non-Fermi Liquid Physics — Influence of Non-Local Fluctuations in Low-Dimensional Fermion Systems. In: Wagner S., Bode A., Hanke W., Durst F. (eds) High Performance Computing in. It would be valuable to have a non-perturbative description of such a state in more than one dimension.

Gravity dual. We’re not going to look for a gravity dual of the whole material. [an un-doped Cu-O plane, from the New Yorker] Rather: lessons for universal physics of \non-Fermi liquid".

Luttinger liquid (Tomonaga–Luttinger liquid) Source: A Dictionary of Physics. A model of interacting fermions in one dimension proposed by the Japanese physicist Sin-Itiro Tomonaga (–) in   The usual Fermi liquid theory, based on a quasi-particle picture, breaks down in one dimension because of the Peierls divergence in the particle-hole bubble, producing anomalous dimensions of operators, and because of charge-spin separation.

Both are related to the importance of scattering processes transferring finite momentum.Simons Investigators on Simons Foundation.

Events. Simons Foundation Lectures.