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Microscopic theory for insulator to metal transition in cuprates

Sven Larsson (Institutionen för kemi- och bioteknik, Fysikalisk kemi)
International Journal of Quantum Chemistry (0020-7608). Vol. 112 (2012), 7, p. 1829-1837.
[Artikel, refereegranskad vetenskaplig]

Hubbard U is equal to the energy of the insulator to metal transition in Mott insulators. Hubbard U is, therefore, also the excitation energy for metal atom to other metal atom transitions and the key concept in photoinduced conductivity spectra of pure and doped cuprates. In this article, the electronic structure of Cu(II) and Cu(III) sites is first discussed. It is shown that Hubbard U depends on the location of the excitation in the CuO2 plane relative to the Cu(III) sites. Far from the Cu(III) sites, the ground-state wave function continues to be of spin-coupled type. Near to a Cu(III) site, it changes character and is mixed with charge components. The Hubbard gap thus depends on locality in the CuO2 plane. Close to a Cu(III) site, it tends to zero and induces local conductivity. Far from a Cu(III) site, it is large but converges to zero as the doping levels are raised. In fact, the Hubbard gap has many features in common with the pseudogap.

Nyckelord: cuprate, Hubbard-U, pseudogap, charge impurity, quantum dot, high-temperature superconductors, t-c superconductor, electronic-structure, copper oxides, single-crystals, energy-gap, pseudogap, spectra, excitations, la2-xsrxcuo4

Denna post skapades 2012-04-02. Senast ändrad 2016-08-22.
CPL Pubid: 156366


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