A Two Band Model for Halogen-Bridged Transition Metal Linear Chain Complexes
The increasing appreciation of strong, competing electron-electron and electron-phonon interactions in low-dimensional materials and the consequent need to expand many-body techniques. The MX materials offer a rapidly expanding, near single-crystal (in contrast to, e.g., polyacetylene), class of quasi-1-D systems which can be “tuned” (by chemistry, pressure, doping, etc.) between various ground state extremes: from strong charge-disproportionation and large lattice distortion (e.g., ~ 20% distortion in PtCl) to weak charge-density-wave and small lattice distortion (e.g., ~ 5% distortion in PtI), to magnetic and undistorted (e.g., NiBr);
The opportunity to probe doping- and photo-induced local defect states (polarons, bipolarons, kinks, excitons) and their interactions in controlled environments and the same large range of ground states; and
The similarities between models and theoretical issues in these materials and the recently discovered oxide superconductors . The MX materials are also closely connected conceptually with mixed-stack charge-transfer salts .
KeywordsOptical Absorption Spectrum Exact Diagonalization Synthetic Metal Period Phase Site Ring
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