Criticality of the low-frequency conductivity for the bilayer quantum Heisenberg model

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The criticality of the low-frequency conductivity for the bilayer quantum Heisenberg model was investigated numerically. The dynamical conductivity (associated with the O(3) symmetry) displays the inductor = (iωL)−1 and capacitor iωC behaviors for the ordered and disordered phases, respectively. Both constants, C and L, have the same scaling dimension as that of the reciprocal paramagnetic gap Δ−1. Then, there arose a question to fix the set of critical amplitude ratios among them. So far, the O(2) case has been investigated in the context of the boson-vortex duality. In this paper, we employ the exact diagonalization method, which enables us to calculate the paramagnetic gap Δ directly. Thereby, the set of critical amplitude ratios as to C, L and Δ are estimated with the finite-size-scaling analysis for the cluster with N ≤ 34 spins.

Original languageEnglish
Article number69
JournalEuropean Physical Journal B
Volume91
Issue number4
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Apr 1 2018

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Criticality of the low-frequency conductivity for the bilayer quantum Heisenberg model. / Nishiyama, Yoshihiro.

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