Complex Electronic Behavior in a 1D Correlated Quantum Liquid

Research paper by J. M. P. Carmelo

Indexed on: 04 Aug '05Published on: 04 Aug '05Published in: Physics - Strongly Correlated Electrons


The relation of the rotated-electron site distribution configurations that describe the energy eigenstates of the one-dimensional Hubbard model to the momentum occupancy configurations of the same states associated with the Bethe ansatz quantum numbers is clarified. Our study involves the introduction of the concepts of a local pseudoparticle and an effective pseudoparticle lattice, needed for the relation of both the local pseudoparticle internal structure and the pseudoparticle occupancy configurations to the rotated-electron site distribution configurations. Our results provide further useful information about the microscopic mechanisms behind the anomalous finite-energy spectral properties of low-dimensional complex materials.