Relation between the Anderson and Kondo Hamiltonians

  title={Relation between the Anderson and Kondo Hamiltonians},
  author={J. Robert Schrieffer and Peter A. Wolff},
  journal={Physical Review},
A canonical transformation is used to relate the Anderson model of a localized magnetic moment in a dilute alloy to that of Kondo. In the limit of small $s\ensuremath{-}d$ mixing, which is the most favorable case for the occurrence of a moment, the two models are shown to be equivalent. The Anderson model thus has low-temperature anomalies similar to those previously discussed for the Kondo model. 
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