Q-MAC meetings in 2019:

Regular meetings of the Q-MAC team

Read more

Dieter Jaksch awarded with the 2018 Thomas Young Medal and Prize

for "his contributions to theoretical proposals enabling the study of non-equilibrium quantum many-body dynamics with unprecedented microscopic control in ultra-cold atoms, and establishing them as a quantum technologies platform".

Read more

Publication Detail / Abstract

H. Wadati, J. Mravlje, K. Yoshimatsu, H. Kumigashira, M. Oshima, T. Sugiyama, E. Ikenaga, A. Fujimori, A. Georges, A. Radetinac, K. S. Takahashi, M. Kawasaki, Y. Tokura

Photoemission and DMFT study of electronic correlations in SrMoO3: Effects of Hund's rule coupling and possible plasmonic sideband

published in Physical Review B on November 20, 2014
> Full text via publisher

We investigate the electronic structure of a perovskite-type Pauli paramagnet SrMoO3 (t2g2) thin film using hard x-ray photoemission spectroscopy and compare the results to the realistic calculations that combine the density functional theory within the local-density approximation (LDA) with the dynamical-mean field theory (DMFT). Despite the clear signature of electron correlations in the electronic specific heat, the narrowing of the quasiparticle bands is not observed in the photoemission spectrum. This is explained in terms of the characteristic effect of Hund’s rule coupling for partially-filled t2g bands, which induces strong quasiparticle renormalization already for values of Hubbard interaction which are smaller than the bandwidth. The interpretation is supported by additional model DMFT calculations including Hund’s rule coupling, that show renormalization of low-energy quasiparticles without affecting the overall bandwidth. The photoemission spectra show additional spectral weight around −2.5 eV that is not present in the LDA+DMFT results, pointing to a source of correlations that is not present in our calculations that include only on-site interactions. We interpret this weight as a plasmon satellite, which is supported by the measured core-level spectra that all show satellites at this energy.

< Back