|Título||Effects of band filling in the Anderson-Falicov-Kimball model
Carvalho, Rubens Diego Barbosa de
Gusmao, Miguel Angelo Cavalheiro
|Abstract||In this work, we study the Anderson-Falicov-Kimball model within the dynamical mean field theory for the Bethe lattice, restricting our analysis to the nonmagnetic case. The one-particle density of states is obtained by both arithmetic and geometric averages over disorder, since only the latter can detect localization in the absence of an energy gap. Varying the strengths of Coulomb interaction and disorder at zero temperature, we construct phase diagrams for this model, where we distinguish spectral regions with localized states, with extended states, or with a correlation-induced gap. With this, we identify metal-insulator transitions driven by correlation and disorder, as well as the competition between these effects. This is done for various band fillings, since our main interest here is to study how the variation of the electron density affects the phase diagrams previously obtained for half-filling. The picture revealed by the density of states is further checked by evaluating the static and dynamic conductivities, including temperature effects.
|Contido em||Physical review. B, Condensed matter and materials physics. Woodbury. Vol. 87, no. 8 (Feb. 2013), 085122, 7 p.
Densidade de estados eletronicos
Diagramas de fase
Intervalo proibido de energia
Modelo de Anderson
|Tipo||Artigo de periódico
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