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Intermediate Phase of the One Dimensional Half-Filled Hubbard-Holstein Model
Physical Review Letters
  • R. T. Clay
  • Rahul Hardikar, Butler University
Document Type
Article
Publication Date
1-1-2005
DOI
http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevLett.95.096401
Abstract
We present a numerical study of the Hubbard-Holstein model in one dimension at half filling, including finite-frequency quantum phonons. At half filling, the effects of the electron-phonon and electron-electron interactions compete with the Holstein phonon coupling acting as an effective negative Hubbard on-site interaction U that promotes on-site electron pairs and a Peierls charge-density wave state. Most previous work on this model has assumed that only Peierls or Mott phases are possible at half filling. However, there has been speculation that a third metallic phase exists between the Peierls and Mott phases. We confirm the intermediate phase, and show that the Luttinger liquid correlation exponent Kρ>1 in this region, indicating dominant superconducting pair correlations. We explore the full phase diagram as a function of Hubbard U, phonon coupling constant, and phonon frequency.
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Citation Information
R. T. Clay and Rahul Hardikar. "Intermediate Phase of the One Dimensional Half-Filled Hubbard-Holstein Model" Physical Review Letters Vol. 95 (2005)
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