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Absence of Diffusion in Certain Random Lattices
This paper presents a simple model for such processes as spin diffusion or conduction in the "impurity band." These processes involve transport in a lattice which is in some sense random, and in them
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Scaling Theory of Localization: Absence of Quantum Diffusion in Two Dimensions
Arguments are presented that the $T=0$ conductance $G$ of a disordered electronic system depends on its length scale $L$ in a universal manner. Asymptotic forms are obtained for the scaling function
Localized Magnetic States in Metals
The conditions necessary in metals for the presence or absence of localized moments on solute ions containing inner shell electrons are analyzed. A self-consistent Hartree-Fock treatment shows that
The Resonating Valence Bond State in La2CuO4 and Superconductivity
The oxide superconductors, particularly those recently discovered that are based on La2CuO4, have a set of peculiarities that suggest a common, unique mechanism: they tend in every case to occur near
Theory of spin glasses
A new theory of the class of dilute magnetic alloys, called the spin glasses, is proposed which offers a simple explanation of the cusp found experimentally in the susceptibility. The argument is
The Theory of Superconductivity in the High-Tc Cuprates
A new class of 1,4-dihydropyridines which are characterized by the presence of ester substitutes at positions 3 and 5 of the nucleus and by the presence of an alkoxyalkyl at position 2. The products
Solution of 'Solvable model of a spin glass'
Abstract The Sherrmgton-Kirkpatrick model of a spin glass is solved by a mean field technique which is probably exact in the limit of infinite range interactions. At and above T c the solution is