Orbital order and fluctuations in mott insulators

@inproceedings{Khaliullin2005OrbitalOA,
  title={Orbital order and fluctuations in mott insulators},
  author={Giniyat Khaliullin},
  year={2005}
}
  • Giniyat Khaliullin
  • Published 2005
  • Physics
  • Basic mechanisms controlling orbital order and orbital fluctuations in transition metal oxides are discussed. The lattice driven classical orbital picture, e.g. like in manganites LaMnO 3 , is contrasted to the quantum behavior of orbitals in frustrated superexchange models as realised in pseudocubic titanites ATiO 3 and vanadates AVO 3 . In YVO 3 , the lattice and superexchange effects strongly compete - this explains the extreme sensitivity of magnetic states to temperature and doping… CONTINUE READING

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