Mott transition, antiferromagnetism, and d-wave superconductivity in two-dimensional organic conductors
|Titre||Mott transition, antiferromagnetism, and d-wave superconductivity in two-dimensional organic conductors|
|Type de publication||Journal Article|
|Auteurs||Kyung B, Tremblay A-MS|
|Journal||Physical Review Letters|
|Année de publication||2006|
We study the Mott transition, antiferromagnetism, and superconductivity in layered organic conductors using the cellular dynamical mean-field theory for the frustrated Hubbard model. A d-wave superconducting phase appears between an antiferromagnetic insulator and a metal for t(')/t=0.3-0.7 or between a nonmagnetic Mott insulator (spin liquid) and a metal for t(')/t >= 0.8, in agreement with experiments on layered organic conductors including kappa-(ET)(2)Cu-2(CN)(3). These phases are separated by a strong first-order transition. The phase diagram gives much insight into the mechanism for d-wave superconductivity. Two predictions are made.