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Condensed matter applications of AdS/CFT : focusing on strange metals, Andrea Amoretti

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Condensed matter applications of AdS/CFT : focusing on strange metals
Title
Condensed matter applications of AdS/CFT
Title remainder
focusing on strange metals
Statement of responsibility
Andrea Amoretti
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Subject
Language
eng
Summary
The book deals with applications of the AdS/CFT correspondence to strongly coupled condensed matter systems. In particular, it concerns with the study of thermo-electric transport properties of holographic models exhibiting momentum dissipation and their possible applications to the transport properties of strange metals. The present volume constitutes one of the few examples in the literature in which the topic is carefully reviewed both from the experimental and theoretical point of view, including not only holographic results but also standard condensed matter achievements developed in the past decades. This work might be extremely useful both for scientific and pedagogical purposes
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Amoretti, Andrea,
Dewey number
530.4/1
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no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
Series statement
Springer theses,
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  • Condensed matter
  • Metals
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Condensed matter applications of AdS/CFT : focusing on strange metals, Andrea Amoretti
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Publication
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unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Color
multicolored
Contents
  • Supervisors' Foreword; Abstract; Acknowledgements; Contents; Introduction; References1. Martin Ammon and Johanna Erdmenger, Gauge/Gravity Duality (Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK, 2015)2. Sean A. Hartnoll, Lectures on Holographic Methods for Condensed Matter Physics. Class. Quant. Grav. 26, 224002 (2009)3. Sean A. Hartnoll, Andrew Lucas, Subir Sachdev, Holographic Quantum Matter, Dec 21, (2016), pp. 178. arXiv:1612.07324 [hep-th]4. Juan Martin Maldacena, The large N limit of superconformal field theories and supergravity. Int. J. Theor. Phys. 38, 1113-1133 (1
  • Part I Condensed Matter Background1 Preamble: Transport Coefficients Definition; 2 Standard Metals and the Fermi Liquid; References; 3 The Fermi Liquid Breakdown: High-Tc Superconductivity; 3.1 Cuprates: Crystalline Structure and Electronic Properties; 3.2 Cuprates: Phase Diagram; 3.3 Cuprates: In-Plane Transport Properties in the Non-superconducting Phase; 3.3.1 Resistivity and Hall Angle; 3.3.2 Magneto-Resistance and the Koheler's Rule; 3.3.3 Thermal Transport; References; 4 Theoretical Attempts; 4.1 Anderson's Model; 4.2 Phenomenological Marginal Fermi Liquid; 4.3 Quantum Criticality
  • 5.5 An Example: Scalar Field in AdSd+15.6 Thermal AdS/CFT; 5.6.1 Introducing Temperature in Holography; 5.6.2 Holography at Finite Charge Density; 5.7 Summa: The Holographic Dictionary; References; Part III Thermo-electric Transport in AdS/CFT; 6 Preamble: Linear Response Theory; Reference; 7 The Simple Raissner-Nordström Case; 7.1 Bulk Solution; 7.2 Fluctuations; 7.2.1 Renormalization of the Fluctuation Action; 7.3 Correlators and Transport Coefficients; 7.4 Physical Properties of Transport Coefficients; References; 8 Momentum Dissipation in Holography
  • 8.1 Adding a Mass to the Graviton to Break Momentum Conservation8.1.1 The Massive Gravity Model; 8.1.2 Background and Thermodynamic; 8.1.3 Massive Gravity and Momentum Dissipation; 8.1.4 Fluctuations and Transport in the Massive Case; 8.1.5 Counter-Terms and Transport Coefficients Definition; 8.2 Spectral Properties of Transport Coefficients; 8.3 DC Transport Coefficients; 8.3.1 The Electric Conductivity and the Seebeck Coefficient; 8.3.2 Thermal Conductivity and Onsager Reciprocity; 8.3.3 DC Properties of the Transport Coefficients; 8.4 Adding the Dilaton
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9783319618753
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Label
Condensed matter applications of AdS/CFT : focusing on strange metals, Andrea Amoretti
Publication
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Color
multicolored
Contents
  • Supervisors' Foreword; Abstract; Acknowledgements; Contents; Introduction; References1. Martin Ammon and Johanna Erdmenger, Gauge/Gravity Duality (Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK, 2015)2. Sean A. Hartnoll, Lectures on Holographic Methods for Condensed Matter Physics. Class. Quant. Grav. 26, 224002 (2009)3. Sean A. Hartnoll, Andrew Lucas, Subir Sachdev, Holographic Quantum Matter, Dec 21, (2016), pp. 178. arXiv:1612.07324 [hep-th]4. Juan Martin Maldacena, The large N limit of superconformal field theories and supergravity. Int. J. Theor. Phys. 38, 1113-1133 (1
  • Part I Condensed Matter Background1 Preamble: Transport Coefficients Definition; 2 Standard Metals and the Fermi Liquid; References; 3 The Fermi Liquid Breakdown: High-Tc Superconductivity; 3.1 Cuprates: Crystalline Structure and Electronic Properties; 3.2 Cuprates: Phase Diagram; 3.3 Cuprates: In-Plane Transport Properties in the Non-superconducting Phase; 3.3.1 Resistivity and Hall Angle; 3.3.2 Magneto-Resistance and the Koheler's Rule; 3.3.3 Thermal Transport; References; 4 Theoretical Attempts; 4.1 Anderson's Model; 4.2 Phenomenological Marginal Fermi Liquid; 4.3 Quantum Criticality
  • 5.5 An Example: Scalar Field in AdSd+15.6 Thermal AdS/CFT; 5.6.1 Introducing Temperature in Holography; 5.6.2 Holography at Finite Charge Density; 5.7 Summa: The Holographic Dictionary; References; Part III Thermo-electric Transport in AdS/CFT; 6 Preamble: Linear Response Theory; Reference; 7 The Simple Raissner-Nordström Case; 7.1 Bulk Solution; 7.2 Fluctuations; 7.2.1 Renormalization of the Fluctuation Action; 7.3 Correlators and Transport Coefficients; 7.4 Physical Properties of Transport Coefficients; References; 8 Momentum Dissipation in Holography
  • 8.1 Adding a Mass to the Graviton to Break Momentum Conservation8.1.1 The Massive Gravity Model; 8.1.2 Background and Thermodynamic; 8.1.3 Massive Gravity and Momentum Dissipation; 8.1.4 Fluctuations and Transport in the Massive Case; 8.1.5 Counter-Terms and Transport Coefficients Definition; 8.2 Spectral Properties of Transport Coefficients; 8.3 DC Transport Coefficients; 8.3.1 The Electric Conductivity and the Seebeck Coefficient; 8.3.2 Thermal Conductivity and Onsager Reciprocity; 8.3.3 DC Properties of the Transport Coefficients; 8.4 Adding the Dilaton
Control code
ocn993581697
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (xx, 199 pages)
File format
unknown
Form of item
online
Isbn
9783319618753
Level of compression
unknown
Note
SpringerLink
Quality assurance targets
not applicable
Reformatting quality
unknown
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)993581697

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