Anomalous Screening of Quantum Impurities by a Neutral Environment.


It is a common knowledge that an effective interaction of a quantum impurity with an electromagnetic field can be screened by surrounding charge carriers, whether mobile or static. Here we demonstrate that very strong, "anomalous" screening can take place in the presence of a neutral, weakly polarizable environment, due to an exchange of orbital angular… (More)
DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevLett.118.085302


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