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Dynamical Mean Field Theory of the Mott Transition. Gabriel Kotliar Physics Department and Center for Materials Theory Rutgers University. Jerusalem Winter School January 2002. OUTLINE OF THE COURSE.

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dynamical mean field theory of the mott transition

Dynamical Mean Field Theory of the Mott Transition

Gabriel Kotliar

Physics Department and

Center for Materials Theory

Rutgers University

Jerusalem Winter School

January 2002

outline of the course
OUTLINE OF THE COURSE
  • Motivation . Electronic structure of correlated materials, limiting cases and open problems. The standard model of solids and its failures.
  • Introduction to the Dynamical Mean Field Theory (DMFT). Cavity construction. Statistical Mechanical Analogies. Lattice Models and Quantum Impurity models. Functional derivation.

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outline
Outline
  • The limit of large lattice coordination. Ordered phases. Correlation functions.
  • Techniques for solving the Dynamical Mean Field Equations. [ Trieste School June 17-22 2002]

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Outline
  • The Mott transition. Early ideas. Brinkman Rice. Hubbard. Slater.
  • Analysis of the DMFT equations: existence of a Mott transition.
  • The Mott transition within DMFT. Overview of some important results of DMFT studies of the Hubbard Model. Electronic Structure of Correlated Materials. Canonical Phase diagram of a fully frustrated Hubbard model. Universal and non universal aspects of the physics of strongly correlated materials.

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Outline
  • Analysis of the DMFT equations. Existence of a Mott transition. Analysis from large U and small U.
  • The destruction of the metallic phase. Landau analysis. Uc1 . Uc2.
  • The Mott transition endpoint.
  • A new look at experiments.

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Outline
  • The electronic structure of real materials.

Examples of problems where DMFT gives new insights, and quantitative understanding: itinerant ferromagnetism, Fe, Ni. Volume collapse transitions, actinide physics. Doping driven Mott transition titanites.

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Outline
  • New directions, beyond single site DMFT.

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realistic theories of correlated materials

Realistic Theories of Correlated Materials

ITP, Santa-Barbara workshop

July 29 – December 16 (2002)

O.K. Andesen, A. Georges,

G. Kotliar, and A. Lichtenstein

Contact: kotliar@physics.rutgers.edu

Conference: November 25-29, (2002)

the promise of strongly correlated materials
The promise of Strongly Correlated Materials
  • Copper Oxides. High Temperature Superconductivity.
  • Uranium and Cerium Based Compounds. Heavy Fermion Systems.
  • (LaSr)MnO3 Colossal Magnetoresistence.

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the promise of strongly correlated materials10
The Promise of Strongly Correlated Materials.
  • High Temperature Superconductivity in doped filled Bucky Balls (B. Battlog et.al Science)
  • Thermoelectric response in CeFe4 P12 (H. Sato et al. cond-mat 0010017).

Large Ultrafast Optical Nonlinearities Sr2CuO3 (T Ogasawara et.al cond-mat 000286)

  • Theory will play an important role in optimizing their physical properties.

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how to think about the electron in a solid
How to think about the electron in a solid?

Drude

Sommerfeld

Bloch, Periodic potential

Bands, k in Brillouin zone

Maximum metallic resistivity 200 mohm cm

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standard model
Standard Model

High densities, electron as a wave, band theory, k-space

Landau: Interactions Renormalize Away

One particle excitations: quasi-particle bands

Density Functional Theory in Kohn Sham

Formulation, successful computational tool for total energy, and starting point

For perturbative calculation of spectra, Si Au, Li, Na ……………………

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standard model metals
Hall Coefficient

Resistivity

Thermopower

Specific Heat

Susceptibility

Standard Model : Metals

Predicts low temperature dependence of thermodynamics and transport

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quantitative tools
Quantitative Tools

:

Density Functional Theory with approximations suggested by the Kohn Sham formulation, (LDA GGA) is a successful computational tool for the total energy, and a good starting point for perturbative calculation of spectra, GW, transport.……………………

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mott correlations localize the electron
Mott : correlations localize the electron
  • Array of hydrogen atoms is insulating if a>>aB

e_ e_ e_ e_

  • Superexchange

Think in real space , atoms

High T : local moments

Low T: spin orbital order

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mott correlations localize the electron16
Mott : Correlations localize the electron

Low densities, electron behaves as a particle,use atomic physics, real space

One particle excitations: Hubbard Atoms: sharp excitation lines corresponding to adding or removing electrons. In solids they broaden by their incoherent motion, Hubbard bands (eg. bandsNiO, CoO MnO….)

Rich structure of Magnetic and Orbital Ordering at low T

Quantitative calculations of Hubbard bands and exchange constants, LDA+ U, Hartree Fock. Atomic Physics.

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localization vs delocalization strong correlation problem
Localization vs Delocalization Strong Correlation Problem
  • A large number of compounds with electrons which are not close to the well understood limits (localized or itinerant).
  • These systems display anomalous behavior (departure from the standard model of solids).
  • Neither LDA or LDA+U or Hartree Fock works well
  • Dynamical Mean Field Theory: Simplest approach to the electronic structure, which interpolates correctly between atoms and bands

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mott transition in layered organic conductors s lefebvre et al cond mat 0004455
Mott transition in layered organic conductors S Lefebvre et al. cond-mat/0004455

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failure of the standard model nise 2 x s x
Failure of the Standard Model: NiSe2-xSx

Miyasaka and Takagi (2000)

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failure of the standard model anomalous resistivity liv 2 o 4
Failure of the standard model : AnomalousResistivity:LiV2O4

Takagi et.al. PRL 2000

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failure of the standard model anomalous spectral weight transfer
Failure of the StandardModel: Anomalous Spectral Weight Transfer

Optical Conductivity of FeSi for T=,20,20,250 200 and 250 K from Schlesinger et.al (1993)

Neff depends on T

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strong correlation problem
Strong Correlation Problem
  • Large number of compounds (d,f,p….). Departure from the standard model.
  • Hamiltonian is known. Identify the relevant degrees of freedom at a given scale.
  • Treat the itinerant and localized aspect of the electron
  • The Mott transition, head on confrontation with this issue
  • Dynamical Mean Field Theory simplest approach interpolating between that bands and atoms

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hubbard model
Hubbard model
  • U/t
  • Doping d or chemical potential
  • Frustration (t’/t)
  • T temperature

Mott transition as a function of doping, pressure temperature etc.

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limit of large lattice coordination
Limit of large lattice coordination

Metzner Vollhardt, 89

Muller-Hartmann 89

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mean field classical
Mean-Field : Classical

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dmft impurity cavity construction a georges g kotliar prb 1992
DMFT Impurity cavity construction: [A. Georges, G. Kotliar, PRB, (1992)]

Weissfield

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comments on dmft
Comments on DMFT
  • Exact in both atomic and band limits
  • Weiss field is a function
  • Multiple energy scales in a correlated electron problem, non linear coupling between them.
  • Frezes spatial fluctuations but treats quantum fluctuations exactly, local view of the quantum many body problem.

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example semicircular dos
Example: semicircular DOS

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dmft impurity cavity construction a georges g kotliar prb 199230
DMFT Impurity cavity construction: [A. Georges, G. Kotliar, PRB, (1992)]

Weissfield

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solving the dmft equations
Solving the DMFT equations
  • Wide variety of computational tools (QMC, NRG,ED….)
  • Analytical Methods

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mean field classical vs quantum

A. Georges, G. Kotliar (1992)

Phys. Rev. B 45, 6497

Mean-Field : Classical vs Quantum

Quantum case

Classical case

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single site dmft functional formulation
Single site DMFT, functional formulation
  • Express in terms of Weiss field (semicircularDOS)
  • The Mott transition as bifurcation point in functionals oG[G] or F[D], (G. Kotliar EPJB 99)

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dmft for lattice hamiltonians
DMFT for lattice hamiltonians

k independent S k dependent G, Local Approximation Treglia et. al 1980

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how to compute s
How to compute S ?

View locally the lattice problem as a (multiorbital) Anderson impurity model

The local site is now embedded in a medium characterized by

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how to determine the medium
How to determine the medium
  • Use the impurity model to compute S and the impurity local Greens function. Require that impurity local Greens function equal to the lattice local Greens function.

Weiss field

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response functions
Response functions

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evaluation of the free energy
Evaluation of the Free energy.

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solving the dmft equations39
Solving the DMFT equations
  • Wide variety of computational tools (QMC, NRG,ED….)
  • Analytical Methods

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review of dmft technical tools for solving dmft eqs applications references
Review of DMFT, technical toolsfor solving DMFT eqs.., applications, references……
  • A. Georges, G. Kotliar, W. Krauth and M. Rozenberg Rev. Mod. Phys. 68,13 (1996)]

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dmft methods of solution
DMFT: Methods of Solution

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mott transition early ideas half filling
Mott transition: Early ideas. Half filling.
  • Evolution of the one electron spectra [physical quantity measured in photoemission and BIS] as a function of control parameters. ( U/t, pressure, temperature )
  • Hubbard, begin in paramagnetic insulator.

As U/t is reduced Hubbard bands merge.

Gap closure. Mathematical description, closure of equations of motion, starting from atoms (I.e. large U). Incoherent motion, no fermi surface.

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mott transition early ideas
Mott transition: early ideas.
  • Brinkman and Rice. Gutzwiller.

Begin in paramagnetic metallic state, as U/t approaches a critical value the effective mass diverges. Luttinger fermi surface.

Mathematical description, variational wave function, slave bosons, quantum coherence and double occupancy.

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slave bosons mean field fluctuations
Slave bosons: mean field +fluctuations
  • Fluctuations of the slave bosons around the saddle point gives rise to Hubbard bands.
  • Starting from the insulating side, in a paramagnetic state, the gap closes at the same U, where Z vanishes.
  • No satisfactory treatement of finite temperature properties.

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mott vs slater
Mott vs Slater
  • Mott: insulators in the absence of magnetic long range order.

e.g. Vanadium Oxide Nickel Oxide. Mott transition in the paramagnetic state .

  • Slater: insulating behavior as a consequence of antiferromagnetic long range order. Double the unit cell to convert a Mott insulator into a band insulator.

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a time honored example mott transition in v 2 o 3 under pressure or chemical substitution on v site
A time-honored example: Mott transition in V2O3 under pressure or chemical substitution on V-site

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local view of the spectral function
Local view of the spectral function

Partition function of the Anderson impurity model : gas of kinks [Anderson and Yuval]

Metallic state, proliferation of kinks.

Insulating state. Kinks are confined.

Insulating state

Metallic state,

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local view of the spectral function48
Local view of the spectral function.
  • Consistent treatement of quasiparticles and collective modes.
  • Kinky paths, with may spin fluctuations: low energy resonance [Abrikosov Suhl Resonance]
  • Confined kinks, straight paths, Hubbard bands. [control the insulator partition function]
  • Strongly correlated metal has both.

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spectral evolution at t 0 half filling full frustration
Spectral Evolution at T=0 half filling full frustration

X.Zhang M. Rozenberg G. Kotliar (PRL 1993)

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destruction of the metal
Destruction of the metal

The gap is well formed at Uc2, when the metal is destroyed.

Hubbard bands are well formed in the metal.

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parallel development fujimori et al
Parallel development: Fujimori et.al

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destruction of the insulator
Destruction of the insulator
  • Continue the insulating solution below Uc2.
  • Coexistence of two solutions between Uc1 and Uc2
  • Mott Hubbard gap vanishes linearly at Uc1.

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Recent calculation of the phase diagram of the frustrated Half filled Hubbard model with semicircular DOS (QMC Joo and Udovenko PRB2001).

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case study ipt half filled hubbard one band
Case study: IPT half filled Hubbard one band
  • (Uc1)exact = 2.1 (Exact diag, Rozenberg, Kajueter, Kotliar 1995) , (Uc1)IPT =2.4
  • (Uc2)exact =2.95 (Projective self consistent method, Moeller Si Rozenberg Kotliar PRL 1995 ) (Uc2)IPT =3.3
  • (TMIT ) exact =.026+_ .004 (QMC Rozenberg Chitra and Kotliar PRL 1999), (TMIT )IPT =.5
  • (UMIT )exact =2.38 +- .03 (QMC Rozenberg Chitra and Kotliar PRL 1991), (UMIT )IPT =2.5 For realistic studies errors due to other sources (for example the value of U, are at least of the same order of magnitude).

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schematic dmft phase diagram hubbard model partial frustration
Schematic DMFT phase diagram Hubbard model (partial frustration)

Rozenberg et.al. PRL (1995)

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kuwamoto honig and appell prb 1980
Kuwamoto Honig and AppellPRB (1980)

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phase diag ni se 2 x s x
Phase Diag: Ni Se2-x Sx

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insights from dmft
Insights from DMFT
  • Low temperatures several competing phases . Their relative stability depends on chemistry and crystal structure
  • High temperature behavior around Mott endpoint, more universal regime, captured by simple models treated within DMFT

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insights from dmft59
Insights from DMFT
  • The Mott transition is driven by transfer of spectral weight from low to high energy as we approach the localized phase
  • Control parameters: doping, temperature,pressure…

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evolution of the spectral function with temperature
Evolution of the Spectral Function with Temperature

Anomalous transfer of spectral weight connected to the proximity to the Ising Mott endpoint (Kotliar Lange and Rozenberg 2000)

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arpes measurements on nis 2 x se x matsuura et al phys rev b 58 1998 3690
ARPES measurements on NiS2-xSexMatsuura et. Al Phys. Rev B 58 (1998) 3690

.

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insights from dmft think in term of spectral functions branch cuts instead of well defined qp poles
Insights from DMFT: think in term of spectral functions (branch cuts) instead of well defined QP (poles )

Resistivity near the metal insulator endpoint ( Rozenberg et. Al 1995) exceeds the Mott limit

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anomalous resistivity and mott transition ni se 2 x s x
Anomalous Resistivity and Mott transition Ni Se2-x Sx

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anomalous resisitivity near mott transition
Anomalous resisitivity near Mott transition.

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anomalous transfer of spectral weight in v2o3
Anomalous transfer of spectral weight in v2O3

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anomalous transfer of spectral weight in v2o366
Anomalous transfer of spectral weight in v2O3

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anomalous transfer of spectral weight in v2o367
Anomalous transfer of spectral weight in v2O3

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anomalous transfer of spectral weight in heavy fermions rozenberg etal
Anomalous transfer of spectral weight in heavy fermions [Rozenberg etal]

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insights from dmft69
Insights from DMFT
  • Mott transition as a bifurcation of an effective action
  • Important role of the incoherent part of the spectral function at finite temperature
  • Physics is governed by the transfer of spectral weight from the coherent to the incoherent part of the spectra. [Non local in frequency] Real and momentum space.

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anomalous resistivity liv 2 o 4
Anomalous Resistivity:LiV2O4

Takagi et.al. PRL 2000

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mott transition in layered organic conductors s lefebvre et al cond mat 000445572
Mott transition in layered organic conductors S Lefebvre et al. cond-mat/0004455

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standard model74
Standard Model

Odd # electrons -> metal

Even # electrons -> insulator

  • Theoretical foundation: Sommerfeld, Bloch and Landau
  • Computational tools DFT in LDA
  • Transport Properties, Boltzman equation , low temperature dependence of transport coefficients

Typical Mott values of the resistivity 200 mOhm-cm

Residual instabilites SDW, CDW, SC

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failure of the standard model cuprates
Failure of the “Standard Model”: Cuprates

Anomalous Resistivity

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DMFT
  • Formulation as an electronic structure method (Chitra and Kotliar)
  • Density vs Local Spectral Function
  • Extensions to treat strong spatial inhomogeneities. Anderson Localization (Dobrosavlevic and Kotliar),Surfaces (Nolting),Stripes (Fleck Lichtenstein and Oles)
  • Practical Implementation (Anisimov and Kotliar, Savrasov, Katsenelson and Lichtenstein)

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DMFT
  • Spin Orbital Ordered States
  • Longer range interactions Coulomb, interactions, Random Exchange (Sachdev and Ye, Parcollet and Georges, Kajueter and Kotliar, Si and Smith, Chitra and Kotliar,)
  • Short range magnetic correlations. Cluster Schemes. (Ingersent and Schiller, Georges and Kotliar, cluster expansion in real space, momentum space cluster DCA Jarrell et.al., C-DMFT Kotliar et. al ).

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strongly correlated electrons
Strongly Correlated Electrons
  • Competing Interaction
  • Low T, Several Phases Close in Energy
  • Complex Phase Diagrams
  • Extreme Sensitivity to Changes in External Parameters
  • Need for Quantitative Methods

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landau functional
Landau Functional

G. Kotliar EPJB (1999)

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lda functional
LDA functional

Conjugate field, VKS(r)

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minimize lda functional
Minimize LDA functional

Kohn Sham eigenvalues, auxiliary quantities.

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ising character of the transfer of spectral weight
Ising character of the transfer of spectral weight

Ising –like dependence of the photo-emission intensity and the optical spectral weight near the Mott transition endpoint

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spectral evolution at t 0 half filling full frustration83
Spectral Evolution at T=0 half filling full frustration

X.Zhang M. Rozenberg G. Kotliar (PRL 1993)

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parallel development fujimori et al84
Parallel development: Fujimori et.al

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