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Polaron and bipolaron formation in the Hubbard-Holstein model: role of next-nearest neighbor electron hopping

Authors
  • De Filippis, G.
  • Cataudella, V.
  • Iadonisi, G.
  • Ramaglia, V. Marigliano
  • Perroni, C. A.
  • Ventriglia, F.
Type
Preprint
Publication Date
Jun 28, 2001
Submission Date
Jun 28, 2001
Identifiers
DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevB.64.155105
arXiv ID: cond-mat/0106586
Source
arXiv
License
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Abstract

The influence of next-nearest neighbor electron hopping, $t^{\prime}$, on the polaron and bipolaron formation in a square Hubbard-Holstein model is investigated within a variational approach. The results for electron-phonon and electron-electron correlation functions show that a negative value of $t^{\prime}$ induces a strong anisotropy in the lattice distortions favoring the formation of nearest neighbor intersite bipolaron. The role of $t^{\prime}$, electron-phonon and electron-electron interactions is briefly discussed in view of the formation of charged striped domains.

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