pub.1005046128
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conductors
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Avron
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rings of Saturn
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normal metal
Magnetic Field Induced Transitions in Organic Conductors and Gaps in the Rings of Saturn
effective gap
frequency
https://doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4612-4772-2_1
organic conductors
Magnetic Field Induced Transitions
chapter
false
open orbits
potential
Saturn
periodic potential
limit
dimensional organic conductors
1987-01-01
Quasi-two dimensional organic conductors in a high magnetic field exhibit a series of remarkable phase transitions from normal metals to Spin Density Wave semi-metals. Recent experiments on (TMTSF)2C104 are presented. In attempting a theoretical treatment of these field induced transitions we were led an investigation of the effects of two widely different periodic potentials, a large, slowly varying potential from the open orbits and the magnetic field, and a small, rapidly varying potential from the SDW distortion. Similar equations have been proposed as an explanation of the anomalously large size of gaps in the rings of Saturn and in particular for the Cassini division. The novel spectrum associated with these incommensurate potentials leads to a series of bands and gaps, and in the limit of a large ratio of the periods, to an effective gap with the size associated with the slow period, but at the energy or frequency associated with the fast period. This confirms a conjecture due to Avron and Simon and may explain the size of the Cassini Division.
1987
induced transitions
explanation
large ratio
energy
experiments
distortion
remarkable phase transition
ratio
period
SDW distortion
field
conjecture
density wave
equations
Cassini Division
Field Induced Transitions
orbit
transition
metals
fast period
division
size
phase transition
series of bands
2022-01-01T19:23
ring
slow period
chapters
series
high magnetic fields
effect
treatment
waves
different periodic potentials
Simon
large size
theoretical treatment
doi
10.1007/978-1-4612-4772-2_1
Bak
P.
978-1-4612-9149-7
978-1-4612-4772-2
Condensed Matter Physics
Chemical Sciences
Orbach
Raymond L.
Springer Nature - SN SciGraph project
Inorganic Chemistry
P. M.
Chaikin
Springer Nature
Azbel
M. Ya