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Spectroscopy of Mott Insulators and Correlated Metals

Proceedings of the 17th Taniguchi Symposium, Kashikojima, Japan, October 24 - 28, 1994 (Springer Series in Solid-State Sciences)

by Atsushi Fujimori

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Published by Springer .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Chemical spectroscopy, spectrochemistry,
  • Condensed matter physics (liquids & solids),
  • Materials science,
  • Solid State Electronics,
  • Material Science,
  • Transition-metal oxides,
  • Thin Films Physics,
  • Science,
  • Science/Mathematics,
  • Metal insulator transitions,
  • Chemistry - Inorganic,
  • Physics,
  • Mott Insulators,
  • Technology / Material Science,
  • Chemistry - Industrial & Technical,
  • Congresses,
  • Electronic structure,
  • Hubbard model

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages265
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9061444M
    ISBN 103540589716
    ISBN 109783540589716

    Nonequilibrium phenomena in complex matter: new observations and new theories, December 17th – 19th, 12 Kinetics of hot electrons in metals: Theoretical overview V.V. Kabanov Josef Stefan Institute , Ljubljana, Slovenia In recent years investigations of photo-response functions in advanced materials have gone through a vigorous Size: KB. The Mott-Anderson transition has been known as a metal-insulator (MI) transition due to both strong electron-electron interaction and randomness of the electrons. For example, the MI transition in doped semiconductors and transition metal oxides has been investigated up to now as a typical example of the Mott-Anderson transition for changing electron correlations by carrier number control in Cited by:

      For doped Mott insulators where correlations are strong, pinpointing the hallmarks common to all Mott-metal crossovers 1,2,3 has proven a formidable task. This could largely be Cited by: Mott N. F. Metal-Insulator Transitions (Taylor and Francis, New York, ). Fujimori A. & Tokura Y. Spectroscopy of Mott Insulators and Correlated Metals (Springer, Japan, ). Okamura H. et al. Optical study of the metal-nonmetal transition in Ni 1−δ S. Solid State Communication , 91–95 ().Cited by:

    Consequent new physics includes novel Jeff = 1/2 Mott insulators, metal–insulator transitions, spin liquids, and topological insulators. After highlighting some of the phenomena appearing in the Ruddlesden–Popper iridate series Srn+1IrnO3n+1 (n = 1, 2, and ∞), we focus on the transport properties of perovskite by: 3. A new classification scheme for Mott insulators as Mott-Hubbard and Mott-Heisenberg insulators is proposed. Traditional methods are critically examined for their potential to describe the Mott transition. This book will make an excellent reference for scientists researching in the field of electron transport in condensed matter.


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Spectroscopy of Mott Insulators and Correlated Metals: Proceedings of the 17th Taniguchi Symposium Kashikojima, Japan, October 24–28, (Springer Series in Solid-State Sciences Book ) - Kindle edition by Fujimori, Atsushi, Tokura, Yoshinori. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets.

Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Author: Atsushi Fujimori. Spectroscopy of Mott Insulators and Correlated Metals Proceedings of the 17th Taniguchi Symposium Kashikojima, Japan, October 24–28, Authors: Fujimori, Atsushi, Tokura, Yoshinori Free Preview.

Spectroscopy of Mott Insulators and Correlated Metals Extensive studies of high-Tc cuprate superconductors have stimualted investigations into various transition-metal oxides. Mott transitions in particular provide fascinating problems and new concepts in condensed matter physics.

This book is a collection of short overviews by well-known, active researchers in this : Paperback. The Paperback of the Spectroscopy of Mott Insulators and Correlated Metals: Proceedings of the 17th Taniguchi Symposium Kashikojima, Japan, OctoberGet FREE SHIPPING on Orders of $35+ Customer information on COVID B&N Outlet Membership Educators Gift Cards Stores & Events Help.

Add tags for "Spectroscopy of mott insulators and correlated metals: proceedings of the 17th Taniguchi Symposium, Kashikojima, Japan, October". Be the first. Similar Items. Get this from a library. Spectroscopy of Mott Insulators and Correlated Metals: Proceedings of the 17th Taniguchi Symposium Kashikojima, Japan, October[Atsushi Fujimori; Yoshinori Tokura] -- Spectroscopy of Mott Insulators and Correlated Metals Extensive studies of high-Tc cuprate superconductors have stimualted investigations into various transition-metal oxides.

Imada M. () Classification Scheme of the Metal-Insulator Transition and Anomalous Metals. In: Spectroscopy of Mott Insulators and Correlated Metals.

Springer Series in Solid-State Sciences, vol Author: M. Imada. Strongly correlated materials are a wide class of heavy fermion compounds that include insulators and electronic materials, and show unusual (often technologically useful) electronic and magnetic properties, such as metal-insulator transitions, half-metallicity, and spin-charge essential feature that defines these materials is that the behavior of their electrons or spinons.

Mott insulators are identified here with ordinary magnetic insulators. The insulating gap, local moment, and effective spin hamiltonian aspects are qualitatively explained by means of a novel set.

The metal–insulator transition (MIT) in correlated materials is a novel phenomenon that accompanies a large change in resistivity, often many orders of magnitude. PHYS Quick and Dirty Introduction to Mott Insulators Metal-Insulator Transitions From weakly correlated Fermi liquid to strongly correlated Mott insulators nc 2n c n STRONG CORRELATION WEAK CORRELATION INSULATOR STRANGE METAL F.

METAL Mott Insulator: A solid in which strong repulsion between the particles impedes their flow →File Size: KB. The canonical Mott insulators are considered to be those materials like NiS 2−x Se x and (V 1−x Cr x) 2 O 3, which do not show any structural transition.

In this class of canonical Mott insulators, (V Cr ) 2 O 3 and NiS Se show thermally assisted metal–insulator transition. In the second group of Mott insulators, an.

This chapter provides a basic introduction to Mott physics in strongly correlated electron solids. It will be pointed out that in contrast to the dominating behaviour of wave nature of electrons in band insulators and semiconductors studied in earlier chapters, the particle nature of electrons along with their Coulomb interaction will now come to the forefront.

Doping Mott insulators with collinear spins and bond order A global phase diagram and applications to the cuprates III. Doping Mott insulators with non-collinear spins and topological order (A) A small Fermi surface state.

(B) Lieb-Schultz-Mattis-Laughlin-Bonesteel-Affleck-Yamanaka-Oshikawa flux-piercing arguments. Conclusions II. INTRODUCTION. Electron correlation generally leads to an enhancement of the conduction electron mass m* in metallic systems.

The mass is believed to diverge as the system approaches a metal-insulator transition induced by electron correlation (Mott transition).A spectroscopic manifestation of the mass enhancement is the decrease of the Drude weight in the optical spectra and the Cited by: 2.

Doping Mott insulators with collinear spins and bond order A global phase diagram and applications to the cuprates III. Doping Mott insulators with non-collinear spins and topological order (A) A small Fermi surface state.

(B) Lieb-Schultz-Mattis-Laughlin-Bonesteel-Affleck-Yamanaka-Oshikawa flux-piercing arguments IV. Conclusions Magnetic order. Electronic many-body effects are used to control the electron effective mass, and thus the plasma energy and electrical conductivity, of thin films of Cited by: These methods will be enhanced to study correlation effects at interfaces of strongly correlated materials, for example an interface of a Mott insulator and a ferroelectric.

This project will promote teaching, training and learning via intensive integration of undergraduate and graduate students into the research effort. Materials, an international, peer-reviewed Open Access journal. Dear Colleagues, Metal-insulator transition, characterized by an abrupt change in the electrical conductivity from a metallic to an insulating phase, is an important phenomenon, widely observed in various condensed-matter systems.

Strongly correlated materials are profoundly affected by the repulsive electron-electron interaction. This stands in contrast to many and emerges as the low-energy physics of many correlated metals and insulators. Quantum magnetism is perhaps the simplest example of an emergent quantum phase,Cited by:.

Transition metal compounds containing bonds to zinc, cadmium, or mercury have been known for quite some time, the first such compound, Fe(CO) 4 (HgCl) 2, being reported in 1 It was not until the late s, however, that broadly applicable synthetic methods were developed for forming bonds between the group 12 elements and a wide range of transition metal moieties.Metals, Semiconductors, and Insulators Metals have free electrons and partially filled valence bands, therefore they are highly conductive (a).

Semimetals have their highest band filled. This filled band, however, overlaps with the next higher band, therefore they are conductive but with slightly higher resistivity than normalFile Size: 1MB.B. THz spectroscopy 13 C.

Infrared 15 D. Visible and Ultraviolet 16 IV. Examples 18 A. Simple Metals 18 B. Semiconductors and Band Insulators 19 C. Electron glasses 20 D. Mott insulators 22 E. Superconductors and other BCS-like states 23 V.

Advanced Analysis 26 A. Sum Rules 26 B. Extended Drude Model 28 C. Frequency dependent scaling near.