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Electronic Conduction in Oxides : Springer Solid-State Sciences - Nobuo Tsuda

Electronic Conduction in Oxides

Springer Solid-State Sciences

Hardcover Published: 27th September 2000
ISBN: 9783540669562
Number Of Pages: 372

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This is a revised version of the first edition published in 1991. At the same time, this is a revised version of the Syokabo edition, which was written in Japanese and published in 1993 as a revised version of the original edition published in 1983. Compared with the first edition, the following revisions have been made: a new chapter on electron-electron interaction has been prepared by a new co-author A. Fujimori. The substances in the previous Chap. 4 have been changed, and La-xSrxMn03 substituted for V 0, which has been exten- 1 2 3 sively reviewed in Reviews of Modern Physics, Vol. 70, p. 1039 (1998) by M. Imada, A. Fujimori and Y. Tokura. Section 4.6, NiO, was rewritten by A. Fujimori. The other chapters have also been revised by each author to ac- commodate new developments which have appeared since the publication of the first edition. As a result, the references have been increased from 1088 to 1293, and 83 figures are new or improved. The authors are: N. Tsuda for Chaps. 1, 2 and Sects. 5.1-5.5 and 5.9, K. Nasu for Chap. 2, A. Fujimori for Chap. 3 and Sects. 5.6 and 5.7, and K. Siratori for Sect. 5.8. The authors would like to express their gratitude to many authors and publishers for allowing them to reproduce their diagrams, and to H.K.V. Latsch and C.E. Ascheron for their encouragement to complete this book.

Introductionp. 1
Introduction to Electronic States in Oxides and an Overview of Transport Propertiesp. 5
Atoms in a Ligand Fieldp. 5
Electronic Energy Bandsp. 10
Electron-Electron Interactionp. 10
Direct Interactionp. 10
Indirect Interactionp. 11
Electron-Phonon Interactionp. 11
The Adiabatic Approximationp. 11
The Fröhlich Model, the Deformation Potential and the Simple Metalp. 12
Polaronsp. 13
Randomnessp. 15
Anderson Localizationp. 15
Variable Range Hoppingp. 15
The Seebeck Coefficient and Hall Mobilityp. 16
Magnetic Susceptibilityp. 17
Metal-Insulator Transition (MIT)p. 19
Good Conductorsp. 38
The NaCl Structurep. 40
The Corundum Structurep. 44
The Rutile Structurep. 45
The Perovskite Structurep. 47
The K2NiF4 Structurep. 52
ReO3 and Mx WO3p. 52
Pyrochlores A2B2O7-xp. 53
Spinelsp. 54
Low-Dimensional Oxidesp. 55
Theories for Many-Electron Systems with Strong Electron-Phonon and Interelectron Coulombic Interactionsp. 57
Single-Body Problems in Strongly Coupled Electron-Phonon Systemsp. 60
Electrons, Phonons and Their Couplingsp. 60
Weak Coupling and Large Polaronsp. 61
Strong Coupling, Self-Trapping, Broken Symmetry and Dimensionalityp. 62
Dynamics of Self-Trappingp. 65
Two-Body Problems in Strongly Coupled Electron-Phonon Systemsp. 67
Bipolaronsp. 67
Charge Separation of Self-Trapped Excitonp. 69
Excitons and Solitons in One-Dimensional Charge Density Wave Statesp. 71
Phase Diagram of the Ground Statep. 74
Nonlinear Lattice Relaxation and Proliferations of Excitons in One-Dimensional CDWp. 76
One-Dimensional Extended Peierls-Hubbard Modelp. 78
Relaxation in One-Dimensional CDWp. 80
Direct and Indirect Excitons in Three-Dimensional CDW Statep. 83
Three-Dimensional Extended Peierls-Hubbard Model for BaBiO3p. 85
Direct and Indirect Excitonsp. 85
Competition Between Superconductivity and CDW Statep. 87
The Many-Polaron Systemp. 88
Phase Diagramp. 90
Superconducting Transition Temperatures of Strongly Coupled Electron-Phonon Systemsp. 94
Expected Behaviour of Tcp. 94
Interpolating Theory for Tc by CPAp. 95
Many-Electron System Coupling Strongly with Nonlinear Phononsp. 98
BCS Limit, Nonlinear Phonons and Isotope Effectsp. 98
Anharmonic Peierls-Hubbard Modelp. 100
Anharmonicity and Metal-Insulator (CDW, SDW) Transitionsp. 101
Isotope Effects and Anharmonicity by the BCS Theoryp. 104
Migdal-Eliashberg Theoryp. 105
Non-Grassmann Path Integral Theory for Long-Range Coulomb Repulsionp. 107
Quadratic Form for Long-Range Coulomb Interactionp. 108
Path-Integral for Both Short- and Long-Range Partsp. 109
One-Body Green's Function Free from Grassmann Algebrap. 110
Time-Dependent Bloch-De Dominicis Theoremp. 113
Light Absorption Spectrum of the SDW Statep. 116
Electron-Electron Interaction and Electron Correlationp. 119
Introductionp. 119
Microscopic Models of Interacting Electronsp. 120
One-Electron Theories and Electron Correlationp. 123
Hartree-Fock Approximationp. 124
Local Density Approximationp. 126
Electron Correlation Effectsp. 126
Electronic Structure of Transition-Metal Ionsp. 127
Hartree-Fock Schemep. 127
Ligand-Field Theoryp. 128
d Bands and Carrier Doping in Mott Insulatorsp. 131
Hybridization Between d and p Electronsp. 133
Mott-Hubbard Type and Charge-Transfer Typep. 133
Configuration-Interaction Theoryp. 136
Magnetic Interactionsp. 140
Superexchange Interactionp. 140
Local Moment in Metalsp. 142
Correlated Metalsp. 144
Metal-Insulator Transitionp. 144
Hubbard Modelp. 145
Fermi-Liquid Propertiesp. 146
Long-Range Coulomb Interactionp. 150
Mixed Valence Statesp. 151
Anderson Localizationp. 152
Representative Conducting Oxidesp. 157
ReO3: The Most Conductive d¿ Conductorp. 158
Crystal Structurep. 158
Electronic Propertiesp. 160
SnO2 and TiO2: Oxide Semiconductorsp. 168
Electronic Energy Band Structure of SnO2p. 169
Electrical Conductivity of SnO2p. 170
Optical Properties of SnO2p. 175
TiO2p. 177
LiTi2O4 and LiV2O4: Weak-Coupling Superconductor and Temperature-Dependent Magnetismp. 181
Crystal Structurep. 182
Electronic Propertiesp. 183
Superconducting Propertiesp. 185
Insulating Properties: Nonzero Density of Statesp. 186
LiV2O4-ZnV2O4p. 190
WO3 and Mx WO3: Large Polaronsp. 191
Structurep. 192
Electronic Properties in the Insulating Range and the Metal-Insulator Transitionp. 193
Superconductivity and Screening of the Electron-Phonon Interactionp. 198
Mx V2O5 and MxMoO3: Low-Dimensional Oxidesp. 199
Crystal Structure of ß-NaxV2O5p. 199
Electronic Properties of Na-Vanadium Bronzep. 200
Magnetic Propertiesp. 205
Specific Heatp. 206
EPR and NMR in Nax V2O5p. 207
Molybdenum Bronzesp. 209
NiO: Origin of the Band Gap and Hole Conductionp. 213
Optical and Magnetic Propertiesp. 213
Transport Propertiesp. 216
Electronic Structurep. 221
Electronic Structure of Acceptor Levelp. 225
Band Theory of Mott Insulatorsp. 227
Perovskite-Type Mn Oxides: Magnetoresistancep. 230
Crystal Structurep. 230
Ferromagnetic Metal-Paramagnetic Insulator Transitionp. 231
Electronic Structurep. 234
Charge and Orbital Orderingp. 236
Polaron Effectsp. 237
Fe3O4, Verwey Transitionp. 243
Phase Diagram of the Iron-Oxygen Systemp. 244
The Spinel Structurep. 246
Verwey's Model: Order-Disorder Transformation of Fe2+ and Fe3+p. 248
Comment by Anderson: Frustration on the B Latticep. 250
Transport Phenomena and the Fluctuation of Chargep. 252
Band Structurep. 259
Fluctuating Local Lattice Distortion and Electron-Phonon Couplingp. 263
Itinerant Versus Localized Character of Carriersp. 268
High-Tc Superconductorsp. 270
d¿ Conductorsp. 271
La2CuO4p. 272
La2-xMxCuO4p. 276
YBa2Cu3O7-xp. 288
Bi2Sr2CaCu2O8p. 305
Referencesp. 321
Indexp. 361
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ISBN: 9783540669562
ISBN-10: 3540669566
Series: Springer Solid-State Sciences
Audience: General
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 372
Published: 27th September 2000
Country of Publication: DE
Dimensions (cm): 24.23 x 16.41  x 2.82
Weight (kg): 0.7
Edition Number: 2
Edition Type: Revised

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