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DATE

2003-09-13

AUTHORS

Ulrich Eckern , Cosima Schuster

ABSTRACT

Disorder versus interaction induced metal-insulator transitions are still a central problem in solid state physics. For non-interacting electrons in disordered systems [1] the scaling hypothesis of localization [2] successfully predicts many of the universal features of the transition from metallic to insulating behavior. However, the influence of the interaction on the transition is not equally well understood [3]; recent investigations of an apparent metal-insulator transition in two-dimensional systems even question the main assumptions of the scaling hypothesis [4]. Hereby, attention is also directed to randomly and periodically distorted one-dimensional systems. In one dimension, an infinitesimal amount of disorder (with backscattering contributions) leads to a localized ground state for non-interacting electrons, but with interaction [5] or for special realizations of the disorder [6, 7] this result may change. More... »

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245-258

Book

TITLE

Anderson Localization and Its Ramifications

ISBN

978-3-540-40785-0
978-3-540-45202-7

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-3-540-45202-7_17

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