A “fermi-liquid” description of the Kondo problem at low temperatures
We take as granted Anderson's statement that in the low-temperature limit the usual Kondos-d model evolves toward a fixed point in which the effective exchange coupling of the impurity with the conduction electrons is infinitely strong. The low-temperature properties (T«TK) are then described phenomenologically in the same spirit as the usual Landau theory of Fermi liquids. The specific heat, spin susceptibility, and resistivity are expressed in terms of a small number of numerical parameters. In the strong coupling case the latter may be obtained via perturbation theory; in the opposite weak coupling limit they must be fitted to Wilson's recent numerical results.
KeywordsPerturbation Theory Magnetic Material Strong Coupling Conduction Electron Weak Coupling
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