Cotunneling into a Kondo lattice with odd hybridization

@article{Baruselli2016CotunnelingIA,
  title={Cotunneling into a Kondo lattice with odd hybridization},
  author={Pier Paolo Baruselli and Matthias Vojta},
  journal={Physical Review B},
  year={2016},
  volume={93}
}
Cotunneling into Kondo systems, where an electron enters a $f$-electron material via a cotunneling process through the local-moment orbital, has been proposed to explain the characteristic lineshapes observed in scanning-tunneling-spectroscopy (STS) experiments. Here we extend the theory of electron cotunneling to Kondo-lattice systems where the bulk hybridization between conduction and $f$ electrons is odd under inversion, being particularly relevant to Kondo insulators. Compared to the case… 
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