Andrzej Eilmes

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We study the influence of many-particle interactions on a metal-insulator transition. We consider the two-interacting-particle problem for onsite interacting particles on a one-dimensional quasiperiodic chain, the so-called Aubry-André model. We show numerically by the decimation method and finite-size scaling that the interaction does not modify the(More)
We examine the localization properties of the 2D Anderson Hamiltonian with off-diagonal disorder. Investigating the behavior of the participation numbers of eigenstates as well as studying their multifractal properties, we find states in the center of the band which show critical behavior up to the system size N = 200×200 considered. This result is(More)
To investigate the influence of electronic interaction on the metal-insulator transition (MIT), we consider the Aubry-André (or Harper) model which describes a quasiperiodic one-dimensional quantum system of non-interacting electrons and exhibits an MIT. For a two-particle system, we study the effect of a Hubbard interaction on the transition by means of(More)
Binding energies of ion triplets formed in ionic liquids by Li(+) with two anions have been studied using quantum-chemical calculations with implicit and explicit solvent supplemented by molecular dynamics (MD) simulations. Explicit solvent approach confirms variation of solute-ionic liquid interactions at distances up to 2 nm, resulting from structure of(More)
We investigate the scaling properties of the two-dimensional (2D) Anderson model of localization with purely off-diagonal disorder (random hopping). In particular, we show that for small energies the infinite-size localization lengths as computed from transfer-matrix methods together with finite-size scaling diverge with a power-law behavior. The(More)
We examine the localization properties of the 2D Anderson Hamiltonian with oo-diagonal disorder. Investigating the behavior of the participation numbers of eigenstates as well as studying their multifractal properties, we nd states in the center of the band which show critical behavior up to the system size N = 200200 considered. This result is connrmed by(More)
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