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Quantum field theory in strongly correlated electronic by Naoto Nagaosa, S. Heusler

By Naoto Nagaosa, S. Heusler

During this publication the writer extends the innovations formerly brought in his "Quantum box concept in Condensed subject Physics" to events during which the powerful digital correlations are the most important for the certainty of the saw phenomena. ranging from a version box conception to demonstrate the fundamental rules, extra advanced structures are analysed in flip. a different bankruptcy is dedicated to the outline of antiferromagnets, doped Mott insulators and quantum corridor drinks from the viewpoint of gauge thought. This complicated textual content is written for graduate scholars and researchers operating in similar components of physics.

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We can, without any loss of generality, choose the directions of the x- and y-axes so that k lies in the x - z plane. Then kx = k sin (), ky = 0 and kz = k cos () where () is the angle measured from B to k. 57) This is a set of three homogeneous equations in Ex, Ey, E z . They are only self-consistent if the determinant of the coefficients is zero. 62) KLKRK3 This is the dispersion relation for the medium. 64) which is a form that is often used. The dispersion relation or, equivalently the refractive index formula, contains all the information about the variation of the phase of a plane electromagnetic wave in the medium.

58) are thus written as the sum of the expressions for an electron plasma with the addition of ion terms. It is again convenient to multiply them by 1 - y2. The ion terms are only important when Y ~ 1 and this approximation is used only in the ion terms. Thus at high frequency the electron terms dominate in the form previously derived while at low frequencies the approximate expressions for the ion terms become important. 73) The case of a plasma with one species of ion is obtained by setting TJl = 1, = 0, i :j; 1.

Assume that the amplitude factor F is sharply peaked at k = k o . Where F is appreciable we can expand 1> in a Taylor series about ko: d1» 2 1> = 1>0 + ( dk 0(k - ko) + 0 [( k - ko) ] 45 In general, provided that (d1>J dk)o is not too small, the integrand oscillates, there is cancellation and a small contribution to the integral. The component waves in the spectrum interfere destructively. If the phase does not depend on k there is no oscillation and no cancellation. The interference of the component waves is constructive.

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