Transport in one dimensional quantum systems
In this Chapter, we present recent theoretical developments on the fi- nite temperature transport of one dimensional electronic and magnetic quantum systems as described by a variety of prototype models. In particular, we discuss the unconventional transport and dynamic - spin, electrical, thermal - properties implied by the integrability of models as the spin-1/2 Heisenberg chain or Hubbard. Furthermore, we address the implication of these developments to experimental studies and theoretical descriptions by low energy effective theories.
Keywords: one dimensional quantum many body systems, transport, integrability
KeywordsEntropy Anisotropy Soliton Peris Autocorrelation
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