Tiago Castro Ribeiro

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We introduce a new mean-field approach to the tt't''J model that incorporates both electron-like quasiparticle and spinon excitations as suggested by some experiments and numerical studies. It leads to a mean-field phase diagram which is consistent with that of hole and electron doped cuprates. Moreover, it provides a framework to describe the observed(More)
The UV-vis absorption spectrum of the solvated quercetin molecule in methanol was investigated theoretically by means of an elegant type of QM/MM scheme better known as sequential Monte Carlo/quantum mechanics (S-MC/QM) methodology. A set of 125 uncorrelated Monte Carlo molecular liquid structures were properly selected through the autocorrelation function(More)
Tunneling conductance experiments on cuprate superconductors exhibit a large diversity of spectra that appear in different nanosized regions of inhomogeneous samples. In this Letter, we use a mean-field approach to the tt't''J model in order to address the features in these spectra that deviate from the BCS paradigm, namely, the bias sign asymmetry at high(More)
We introduce a new mean field approach to the extended tJ model that incorporates both electronlike quasiparticle and spin-charge separated excitations as suggested by experiments and numerical studies. It leads to a mean field phase diagram which is consistent with that of hole and electron doped cuprates. Moreover, it provides a framework to describe the(More)
High-temperature superconduct ing cuprates, which are the quintessential example of a strongly correlated system and the most extensively studied materials after semiconductors, spurred the development in the fields of material science and experimental and theoretical physics. As first noted by Anderson, these materials are doped Mott insulators and the(More)
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