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Correlations in doped Antiferromagnets

Authors
  • Havilio, Moshe
  • Auerbach, Assa
Type
Preprint
Publication Date
Jan 02, 2000
Submission Date
Jan 02, 2000
Identifiers
DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevB.62.324
arXiv ID: cond-mat/0001007
Source
arXiv
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Abstract

A comprehensive study of doped RVB states is performed. It reveals a fundamental connection between superconductivity and quantum spin fluctuations in underdoped cuprates : {\em Cooper pair hopping} strongly reduces the local magnetization $m_0$. This effect pertains to recent muon spin rotation measurements in which $m_0$ varies weakly with hole doping in the poorly conducting regime, but drops precipitously above the onset of superconductivity. Gutzwiller mean field Approximation (GA) is found to agree with numerical Monte Carlo calculation. GA shows for example that for a bond amplitude $u(r)=e^{-r/\xi}$, spin spin correlations decay exponentially with a correlation length $\propto e^{3\pi \xi^2/2}$. Expectation value of the Heisenberg model is found to be correlated with average loop density.

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