3 edition of Two-dimensional strongly correlated electronic systems found in the catalog.
Two-dimensional strongly correlated electronic systems
CCAST (World Laboratory) Symposium/Workshop (1988 Beijing, China)
Includes bibliographical references.
|Other titles||Strongly correlated electronic systems.|
|Statement||edited by Zi-zhao Gan and Zhao-bin Su.|
|Series||China Center of Advanced Science and Technology (World Laboratory) Symposium/Workshop proceedings,, v. 3|
|Contributions||Gan, Zi-zhao, 1938-, Su, Zhao-bin, 1937-, China Center of Advanced Science and Technology.|
|LC Classifications||QC611.9 .C33 1988|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 313 p. :|
|Number of Pages||313|
|LC Control Number||88024430|
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Lerner, Boris L. Althsuler, Vladimir I. Fal'ko, Thierry Giamarchi. The properties of strongly correlated electrons confined in two dimensions are a forefront area of modern condensed matter physics. In the past two or three decades, strongly correlated electron systems have garnered a great deal of scientific interest due to.
Get this from a library. Two-dimensional strongly correlated electronic systems: proceedings of the CCAST (World Laboratory) Symposium/Workshop held at the Institute of Theoretical Physics, Beijing, People's Republic of China, May[Zi-zhao Gan; Zhao-bin Su; China Center of Advanced Science and Technology.;].
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As low density two dimensional (2D) electronic sys-tems with increasingly high mobility have become avail-able, there has accumulated experimental evidence of a set of low temperature phenomena which cannot be eas-ily understood on the basis of traditional (Fermi liquid based) metal physics.1 More precisely, these are systemsCited by: The exposition has a clear pedagogical cut and fully reports on the most relevant case study where the specific technique showed to be very successful in describing and enlightening the puzzling physics of a particular strongly correlated system.
The book is intended for Two-dimensional strongly correlated electronic systems book graduate students and post-docs in the field as textbook and/or. As with the conference, this special issue touches upon recent developments of strongly correlated electron systems in d-electron materials, such as Sr 3 Ru 2 O 7, graphene, and the new Fe-based superconductors, but it is dominated by topics in f-electron compounds.
Contributions reflect the growing appreciation for the influence of disorder Cited by: 3. Magnetism is therefore a characteristic aspect of almost all strongly-correlated systems (even though the ground state of a strongly-correlated system may not be magnetically ordered, magnetic.
Physics of Strongly Correlated Systems Eugene Demler The main focus of my research is understanding the properties of systems with strong interactions and correlations between the constituent particles. Can anyone suggest a good book on strongly correlated electron systems which may be starts off with second quantization, goes through Hubbard model, Mott transition, T-J model etc.
I have the book by Patrick Fazekas but I want a more fundamental and comprehensive book suitable for a. Nondegenerate two-dimensional ~2D. electron systems provide an important class of strongly correlated systems, in which electrons may form a normal ﬂuid ~to be distinguished from a Fermi liquid and other quantum electron liquids.
or a Wigner crystal. The best known ~but not at all the only. example is the 2D electron system on the surface of.
Those systems are interesting in that they provide us a good testing ground for strongly correlated electron systems with two dimensional nature.
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In our lab our focus is on various aspects of strongly correlated materials.Strongly correlated electronic systems in two dimensions have constantly been a source of new discoveries. For example, the integer and fractional quantum Hall (QH) effects have emerged when such systems have been subjected to strong perpendicular magnetic by: 6.