Lattice Effects on Nematic Quantum Criticality in Metals

Volume: 118, Issue: 22
Published: Jun 2, 2017
Abstract
Theoretically, it is commonly held that in metals near a nematic quantum critical point the electronic excitations become incoherent on the entire ``hot'' Fermi surface, triggering non-Fermi-liquid behavior. However, such conclusions are based on electron-only theories, ignoring a symmetry-allowed coupling between the electronic nematic variable and a suitable crystalline lattice strain. Here, we show that including this coupling leads to...
Paper Details
Title
Lattice Effects on Nematic Quantum Criticality in Metals
Published Date
Jun 2, 2017
Volume
118
Issue
22
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