Integrable S=1/2 Quantum Spin Chains with Short-Range Exchange

  • V. I. Inozemtsev
Part of the NATO ASI Series book series (NSSB, volume 324)


The ID lattice spin chains, being the simplest quantum many-body systems, are still considered as objects for intensive study due to their relations to more realistic models in quantum statistics. As a rule, even for these systems the spectral problem is overcomplicated. The rare cases of its reduction are associated with the quantum integrability. Most of them concern the famous situation of nearest- neighbor or “local” interaction considered first by Bethe [1] and have the solution in the form of the Bethe ansatz [1–4].


Symmetric Space Spin Chain Quantum Integrability Quantum Spin Chain Ferromagnetic Ground State 
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  • V. I. Inozemtsev
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  1. 1.Lab. of Theor. Phys.JINRDubnaRussia

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