By D. J. Thouless (auth.), Professor Yosuke Nagaoka Ph.D., Professor Hidetoshi Fukuyama Ph.D. (eds.)
This quantity comprises the court cases of the Fourth Taniguchi overseas Symposium at the concept of Condensed subject, which used to be held at Senkari Semi nar residence of Kwansei Gakuin Universi~y in Sanda-shi, Japan, throughout the interval of 3-8 November 1981. the subject of the symposium used to be "Anderson rocalization," some of the most basic difficulties in condensed-matter physics. considering that Anderson's vintage paper was once released in 1958, a lot theoretical and experimental attempt has been played to review the matter of electron localization in a random power. relatively lately, Abrahams, Anderson, Licciardello, and Ramakrishnan proposed a scaling thought of the Anderson lo calization which made it attainable to accomplish microscopic investigations. speedy growth has and we're now getting a coherent photo of the habit of electrons in disordered structures. after we geared up the symposium, we requested Dr. Anderson to take part in it and to offer a assessment speak on theoretical elements of the matter. even though he kindly accredited our invitation, he couldn't come because of a unexpected disorder. A evaluation speak used to be given through Professor Thouless who kindly authorised our request to take where of Dr. Anderson. thankfully, Dr. Anderson has for the reason that re lined from his illness.
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Q/m, respectively, and sum over p and p', then we obtain equations for ~(q'W)=L ,~ ,(q,w), ~(q,W)=L ,(p·q/m)~ ,(q,W), and ~ .. (q,W)=L ,(p·q/m) p , p pp J pp pp JJ pp (p'. q) p p' where 2Y=l/'O=i[L R(PF;E F ) - LA(PF;E F )]. 12) o(w) = ~ . 2 The most inportant diagrams for Upp ' 47 This is because ,~ ,(q,w) is equal to ¢(q,w) when there is the p,p pp time reversal symmetry and has a diffusion pole for small q and w. VOLLHARDT and WOLFLE used this symmetry; they substituted the expression of ¢(q,w) for ~(q,w) and obtained a self-consistent equation for MI (O,w).
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We have treated the impurity scattering by the Born approximation. Since we assume A«l, this approximation is generally good. However the scattering by the paramagnetic impurities may be exceptional. In pure three-dimensional system the effect of a paramagnetic impurity on the conduction electron has been studied as the Kondo problem. It is known that in such a system the Born approximation is not good. It is possible to improve our theory by considering T . 's as some effective relaxation times, although we do not S,l know what value should be used for T .