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THE FERMI SURFACE OF LEAD
, 1962
"... Anderson, James Robert, "The fermi surface of lead " (1962). Retrospective Theses and Dissertations. Paper 2117. This dissertation has been 63—2955 microfilmed exactly as received ..."
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Anderson, James Robert, "The fermi surface of lead " (1962). Retrospective Theses and Dissertations. Paper 2117. This dissertation has been 63—2955 microfilmed exactly as received
An inversion theorem in Fermi surface theory
"... We prove a perturbative inversion theorem for the map between the interacting and the noninteracting Fermi surface for a class of many fermion systems with strictly convex Fermi surfaces and shortrange interactions between the fermions. This theorem gives a physical meaning to the counterterm funct ..."
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We prove a perturbative inversion theorem for the map between the interacting and the noninteracting Fermi surface for a class of many fermion systems with strictly convex Fermi surfaces and shortrange interactions between the fermions. This theorem gives a physical meaning to the counterterm
Fractionalization of holographic Fermi surfaces
"... Zero temperature states of matter are holographically described by a spacetime with an asymptotic electric flux. This flux can be sourced either by explicit charged matter fields in the bulk, by an extremal black hole horizon, or by a combination of the two. We refer to these as mesonic, fully fract ..."
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Zero temperature states of matter are holographically described by a spacetime with an asymptotic electric flux. This flux can be sourced either by explicit charged matter fields in the bulk, by an extremal black hole horizon, or by a combination of the two. We refer to these as mesonic, fully fractionalized and partially fractionalized phases of matter, respectively. By coupling a charged fluid of fermions to an asymptotically AdS4 EinsteinMaxwelldilaton theory, we exhibit quantum phase transitions between all three of these phases. The onset of fractionalization can be either a first order or continuous phase transition. In the latter case, at the quantum critical point the theory displays an emergent Lifshitz scaling symmetry in the IR. ar
Fermisurface properties of the perovskite superconductors
, 1993
"... We calculate Fermisurface properties of the Cuprate superconductors within the threeband Hubbard model using a cluster expansion for the proper selfenergy. The Fermisurface topology is in agreement with angularresolved photoemission data for dopings ∼ 20%. We discuss possible violations of the Lu ..."
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We calculate Fermisurface properties of the Cuprate superconductors within the threeband Hubbard model using a cluster expansion for the proper selfenergy. The Fermisurface topology is in agreement with angularresolved photoemission data for dopings ∼ 20%. We discuss possible violations
Electronic properties and Fermi surfaces
, 2001
"... The band structure of the new perovskitelike superconductor MgCNi3 was studied by the selfconsistent FPLMTO method. The superconducting properties of MgCNi3 are associated with an intensive peak in the density of Ni3d states near the Fermi level. The absence of superconductivity for nonstoichiome ..."
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The band structure of the new perovskitelike superconductor MgCNi3 was studied by the selfconsistent FPLMTO method. The superconducting properties of MgCNi3 are associated with an intensive peak in the density of Ni3d states near the Fermi level. The absence of superconductivity
Renormalization of the Fermi Surface
 XII TH INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS OF MATHEMATICAL PHYSICS
, 1999
"... We review the role that renormalization plays in generating welldefined perturbation expansions for fermionic manybody models, particularly in the absence of rotation invariance. ..."
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We review the role that renormalization plays in generating welldefined perturbation expansions for fermionic manybody models, particularly in the absence of rotation invariance.
Soft Fermi Surfaces and Breakdown of Fermi Liquid Behavior
, 2008
"... Electronelectron interactions can induce Fermi surface deformations which break the pointgroup symmetry of the lattice structure of the system. In the vicinity of such a ”Pomeranchuk instability ” the Fermi surface is easily deformed by anisotropic perturbations, and exhibits enhanced collective f ..."
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Electronelectron interactions can induce Fermi surface deformations which break the pointgroup symmetry of the lattice structure of the system. In the vicinity of such a ”Pomeranchuk instability ” the Fermi surface is easily deformed by anisotropic perturbations, and exhibits enhanced collective
Charge inhomogeneity coexisting with large Fermi surfaces
, 2007
"... We discuss how stripes in cuprates can be compatible with a Fermiliquidlike Fermi surface and, at the same time, they give rise to a onedimensionallike pseudo Fermi surface in the momentum distribution function. ..."
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We discuss how stripes in cuprates can be compatible with a Fermiliquidlike Fermi surface and, at the same time, they give rise to a onedimensionallike pseudo Fermi surface in the momentum distribution function.
Instability of the Fermi surface in the onedimensional
, 2004
"... doi:10.1088/09538984/16/28/034 The key parameters that characterize the long wavelength behaviour of correlation functions, including the Fermi momenta and the correlation length, are calculated using the transfer matrix renormalization group for the onedimensional Kondo lattice model. The Fermi m ..."
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affected by the localized spins at low temperatures. At high temperatures, the conduction electrons behave as for a system with a small Fermi surface. However, at low temperatures, the Fermi momentum of the conduction electrons is altered by the coupling with the localized spins. Investigations on heavy
Fermi Surface evolution under Magnetism Instability
"... In this paper, we study the fermionic excitations near the quantum criticality using gauge/gravity duality. This is motivated by exploring the Fermi surface evolution near the quantum criticality. We construct the gravity dual of “paramagneticnematic ” phase transition in a continuum limit and stu ..."
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In this paper, we study the fermionic excitations near the quantum criticality using gauge/gravity duality. This is motivated by exploring the Fermi surface evolution near the quantum criticality. We construct the gravity dual of “paramagneticnematic ” phase transition in a continuum limit
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