Spin susceptibility of interacting electrons in one dimension: Luttinger liquid and lattice effects
|Title||Spin susceptibility of interacting electrons in one dimension: Luttinger liquid and lattice effects|
|Publication Type||Journal Article|
|Year of Publication||1999|
|Authors||Nelisse H, Bourbonnais C, Touchette H, Vilk YM, Tremblay A-MS|
|Journal||European Physical Journal B|
The temperature-dependent uniform magnetic susceptibility of interacting electrons in one dimension is calculated using several methods. At low temperature, the renormalization group reveals that the Luttinger liquid spin susceptibility chi (T) approaches zero temperature with an infinite slope in striking contrast with the Fermi liquid result and with the behavior of the compressibility in the absence of umklapp scattering. This effect comes from the leading marginally irrelevant operator, in analogy with the Heisenberg spin 1/2 antiferromagnetic chain. Comparisons with Monte Carlo simulations at higher temperature reveal that non-logarithmic terms are important in that regime. These contributions are evaluated from an effective interaction that includes the same set of diagrams as those that give the leading logarithmic terms in the renormalization group approach. Comments on the third law of thermodynamics as well as reasons for the failure of approaches that work in higher dimensions are given.