2-particle Self-consistent Theory For Spin and Charge Fluctuations In the Hubbard-model
|Title||2-particle Self-consistent Theory For Spin and Charge Fluctuations In the Hubbard-model|
|Publication Type||Journal Article|
|Year of Publication||1994|
|Authors||Vilk YM, Chen L, Tremblay A-MS|
A theory which is self-consistent at the two-particle level is presented for both spin and charge fluctuations in the Hubbard model. It is in quantitative agreement with Monte Carlo data at least up to intermediate coupling (U similar to 8t) It includes both short-wavelength quantum renormalization effects, and long-wavelength thermal fluctuations which can destroy long-range order in two dimensions. This last effect leads to a small energy scale, as often observed in high temperature superconductors. The theory is conserving, satisfies the Pauli principle and includes three-particle correlations necessary to account for the incipient Mott transition.