Realistic model of correlated disorder and Anderson localization

@article{Flambaum1999RealisticMO,
  title={Realistic model of correlated disorder and Anderson localization},
  author={Victor V. Flambaum},
  journal={Physical Review B},
  year={1999},
  volume={60},
  pages={4529-4531}
}
  • V. Flambaum
  • Published 4 January 1999
  • Physics
  • Physical Review B
A conducting 1D chain or 2D film inside (or on the surface of) an insulator is considered. Impurities displace the charges inside the insulator. This results in a long-range fluctuating electric field acting on the conducting line (plane). This field can be modeled by that of randomly distributed electric dipoles. This model provides a random correlated potential with \propto 1/k. In the 1D case such correlations may essentially influence the localization length but do not destroy Anderson… 
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