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Title: Effective t-J model Hamiltonian parameters of monolayered cuprate superconductors from ab initio electronic structure calculations
Author: Muñoz Ramos, David
Moreira, Ibério de Pinho Ribeiro
Illas i Riera, Francesc
Keywords: Superconductors
Sistemes hamiltonians
Estructura electrònica
Hamiltonian systems
Electronic structure
Issue Date: 2002
Publisher: The American Physical Society
Abstract: The magnetic coupling constant of selected cuprate superconductor parent compounds has been determined by means of embedded cluster model and periodic calculations carried out at the same level of theory. The agreement between both approaches validates the cluster model. This model is subsequently employed in state-of-the-art configuration interaction calculations aimed to obtain accurate values of the magnetic coupling constant and hopping integral for a series of superconducting cuprates. Likewise, a systematic study of the performance of different ab initio explicitly correlated wave function methods and of several density functional approaches is presented. The accurate determination of the parameters of the t-J Hamiltonian has several consequences. First, it suggests that the appearance of high-Tc superconductivity in existing monolayered cuprates occurs with J/t in the 0.20¿0.35 regime. Second, J/t=0.20 is predicted to be the threshold for the existence of superconductivity and, third, a simple and accurate relationship between the critical temperatures at optimum doping and these parameters is found. However, this quantitative electronic structure versus Tc relationship is only found when both J and t are obtained at the most accurate level of theory.
Note: Reproducció digital del document publicat en format paper, proporcionada per PROLA i
It is part of: Physical Review B, 2002, vol. 65, núm. 22, p. 224521-1-224521-14
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ISSN: 0163-1829
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