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Two-particle Fermi liquid parameters at the Mott transition: Vertex divergences, Landau parameters, and incoherent response in dynamical mean-field theory
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EuXFEL guest, Other
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Theory
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We consider the interaction-driven Mott transition at zero temperature from the viewpoint of microscopic Fermi liquid theory. To this end, we derive an exact expression for the Landau parameters within the dynamical mean-field theory (DMFT) approximation to the single-band Hubbard model. At the Mott transition, the symmetric and the antisymmetric Landau parameters diverge. The vanishing compressibility at the Mott transition directly implies the divergence of the forward-scattering amplitude in the charge sector, which connects the proximity of the Mott phase to a tendency toward phase separation. We verify the expected behavior of the Landau parameters in a DMFT application to the Hubbard model on the triangular lattice at finite temperature. Exact conservation laws and the Ward identity are crucial to capture vertex divergences related to the Mott transition. We furthermore generalize Leggett's formula for the static susceptibility of the Fermi liquid to the static fermion-boson response function. In the charge sector, the limits of small transferred momentum and frequency of this response function commute at the Mott transition.
Imprint:
American Physical Society, 2019
Journal Information:
Physical Review B, 99 (24), 245128 (2019)
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