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Many Body Localization in 2D Systems with Quasi-Random fields in X and Y Directions.

  title={Many Body Localization in 2D Systems with Quasi-Random fields in X and Y Directions.},
  author={N Carrillo},
  journal={arXiv: Quantum Physics},
  • N. Carrillo
  • Published 26 November 2019
  • Physics
  • arXiv: Quantum Physics
Many body localization (MBL) is a phenomena that allows for the preservation of quantum information for long times. We study a variation of the disordered-Heisenberg model, which is known to exhibit an MBL phase [5][6], known as the quasi-Heisenberg model. Our model is a variation of the quasi-Heisenberg model with fields in both x and y directions. We found that while our model shares some characteristics for MBl, as seen by other quasi-Heisenberg models, the adjacent gap ratio for our system… 



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