Magnetic and superconducting quantum critical behavior of itinerant electronic systems
Keywords and Phrases
Quantum phase transitions; Itinerant electrons
"Quantum phase transitions occur at zero temperature as a function of some non-thermal parameter, e.g., pressure or chemical composition. In addition to being of fundamental interest, quantum phase transitions are important because they are believed to underlie a number of interesting low temperature phenomena. Quantum phase transitions differ from the classical phase transitions in many important aspects, two of them being (i) the mode-coupling effects and (ii) the behavior in the presence of disorder. We devote two projects of this dissertation to each of the two."--Abstract, page iv.
Ph. D. in Physics
University of Missouri--Rolla
Journal article titles appearing in thesis/dissertation
- Quantum phase transition of itinerant helimagnets
- Order parameter symmetry and mode coupling effects at dirty superconducting quantum phase transitions
- Smeared phase transition in a three-dimensional Ising model with planar defects: Monte-Carlo simulations
- Exotic vs. conventional scaling and universality in a disordered bilayer quantum Heisenberg antiferromagnet
xi, 123 pages
© 2004 Rastko Sknepnek, All rights reserved.
Dissertation - Citation
Phase transformations (Statistical physics)
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Sknepnek, Rastko, "Magnetic and superconducting quantum critical behavior of itinerant electronic systems" (2004). Doctoral Dissertations. 1528.
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