DOI: 10.1007/978-3-642-11470-0_7
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Abstract: The Mott metal to insulator transition is a remarkable phenomenon observed in strongly correlated materials, where the localization of electronic waves is driven by on-site electron-electron repulsion (see [7] for a review). Although the appearance of a Mott gap is clearly a charge-related effect, magnetism is expected to play a key role in elucidating the true nature of this phase transition. Indeed, since the Mott insulating state is purely paramagnetic, local moments are well-defined objects between their f… Show more

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