Ballistic correction to the density of states in an interacting three-dimensional metal

@article{Antonenko2019BallisticCT,
  title={Ballistic correction to the density of states in an interacting three-dimensional metal},
  author={Daniil S. Antonenko and Mikhail A. Skvortsov},
  journal={arXiv: Mesoscale and Nanoscale Physics},
  year={2019}
}
We study the tunneling density of states (DOS) in an interacting disordered three-dimensional metal and calculate its energy dependence in the quasiballistic regime, for the deviation from the Fermi energy, $E-E_F$, exceeding the elastic scattering rate. In this region, the DOS correction originates from the interplay of the interaction and single-impurity scattering. Depending on the distance between the interaction point and the impurity, one should distinguish (i) the smallest scales of the… Expand

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