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Mott Insulators, Spin Liquids and Quantum Disordered Supercond

Author: Matthew P. A. Fisher
Url: http://xxx.lanl.gov/abs/cond-mat/9806164
Format: Ps
Category: Strongly Interacting Systems
Pages: 31
Clicks: 2342

These introductory lecture notes describe recent results on novel Mott insulating phases which are \\\"descendents\\\" of superconductors - obtained by \\\"quantum disordering\\\". After a brief overview of quantum magnetism, attention is focussed on the spin-liquid phase of the two-leg Hubbard ladder and the \\\"nodal liquid\\\" - a descendent of the $d_{x^2-y^2}$ superconductor. These notes, which will appear in a future Les Houches publication, are self-contained and an effort has been made to keep them accessible.

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