Using computational techniques, it is shown that pairing is a robust property of hole-doped antiferromagnetic insulators. In one dimension and for two-leg ladder systems, a BCS-like variational wave function with long-bond spin singlets and a Jastrow factor provides an accurate representation of the ground state of the t-J model, even though strong quantum fluctuations destroy the off-diagonal superconducting long-range order in this case. However, in two dimensions it is argued and numerically confirmed using several techniques, especially quantum Monte Carlo that quantum fluctuations are not strong enough to suppress superconductivity.

Superconductivity in the two-dimensional t-J model

PAROLA, ALBERTO;
2002

Abstract

Using computational techniques, it is shown that pairing is a robust property of hole-doped antiferromagnetic insulators. In one dimension and for two-leg ladder systems, a BCS-like variational wave function with long-bond spin singlets and a Jastrow factor provides an accurate representation of the ground state of the t-J model, even though strong quantum fluctuations destroy the off-diagonal superconducting long-range order in this case. However, in two dimensions it is argued and numerically confirmed using several techniques, especially quantum Monte Carlo that quantum fluctuations are not strong enough to suppress superconductivity.
HIGH-TEMPERATURE SUPERCONDUCTORS; MONTE-CARLO; HOLE; PAIR; INSULATOR; SYMMETRY; DENSITY; STATE; PHASE
Sorella, S.; Martins, G. B.; Becca, F.; Gazza, C.; Capriotti, L.; Parola, Alberto; Dagotto, E.
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