Renormalization-group calculation of excitation properties for impurity models
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The renormalization-group method developed by Wilson to calculate thermodynamical properties of dilute magnetic alloys is generalized to allow the calculation of dynamical properties of many-body impurity Hamiltonians. As a simple illustration, the impurity spectral density for the resonant-level model (i.e., the U=0 Anderson model) is computed. As a second illustration, for the same model, the longitudinal relaxation rate for a nuclear spin coupled to the impurity is calculated as a function of temperature. © 1990 The American Physical Society.
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Yoshida, M.; Whitaker, M. A.; Oliveira, L. N.. Renormalization-group calculation of excitation properties for impurity models. Physical Review B, v. 41, n. 13, p. 9403-9414, 1990. Available at: <http://hdl.handle.net/11449/223840>.