Transport in Disordered Interacting Systems: Numerical Results for One-Dimensional Spinless Electrons
The combined influence of disorder and interactions on the transport properties of electrons in one dimension is investigated. The numerical simulations are carried out by means of the Hartree-Fock-based diagonalization, a very efficient method to determine the low-energy properties of a disordered many-particle system. We find that the conductance of a strongly localized system can become considerably enhanced by the interactions. The enhancement for long-range interactions is significantly larger than for short-range interactions. In contrast, the conductance of weakly localized systems becomes suppressed by the interactions.
M. Schreiber et al., "Transport in Disordered Interacting Systems: Numerical Results for One-Dimensional Spinless Electrons," Physica A: Statistical Mechanics and its Applications, vol. 266, no. 1-4, pp. 443-449, Elsevier, Jul 1999.
The definitive version is available at https://doi.org/10.1016/S0378-4371(98)00628-1
1998 International Conference on Percolation and Disordered Systems: Theory and Applications (1998: Jul. 14-17, Giessen, Germany)
Keywords and Phrases
Computer simulation; Electric conductance; Electron energy levels; Electron transport properties; Molecular dynamics; One dimensional; Disordered interacting systems; Hartree-Fock based diagonalization; Localization properties; One dimensional spinless electrons
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01 Jul 1999