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Title:
Superconductivity, antiferromagnetism, and phase separation in the two-dimensional Hubbard model: A dual-fermion approach
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EuXFEL staff, Other
Author group:
Theory
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Abstract:
The dual-fermion approach offers a way to perform diagrammatic expansion around the dynamical mean field theory. Using this formalism, the influence of antiferromagnetic fluctuations on the self-energy is taken into account through ladder-type diagrams in the particle-hole channel. The resulting phase diagram for the (quasi-)two-dimensional Hubbard model exhibits antiferromagnetism and $d$-wave superconductivity. Furthermore, a uniform charge instability, i.e., phase separation, is obtained in the low-doping regime around the Mott insulator. We also examine spin/charge density wave fluctuations including $d$-wave symmetry. The model exhibits a tendency towards an unconventional charge density wave, but no divergence of the susceptibility is found.
Imprint:
American Physical Society, 2014
Journal Information:
Physical Review B, 90 (23), 235132 (2014)
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English


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