Metal-insulator transition in two-dimensional systems with long-range correlated disorder
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We study the localization properties of electrons in a two-dimensional model with on-site energies exhibiting long-range correlated disorder. The localization length and conductance of the system are calculated by using the finite size scaling method combined with transfer matrix technique. In the presence of long-range correlations, we find that there is a continuous line of fixed points indicating that the system undergoes a disorder driven Kosterlitz-Thouless-type metal-insulator transition.
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