Resistivity Exponents in 3D Dirac Semimetals From Electron-Electron Interaction.

@article{Wagner2021ResistivityEI,
  title={Resistivity Exponents in 3D Dirac Semimetals From Electron-Electron Interaction.},
  author={Niklas Wagner and Sergio Ciuchi and Alessandro Toschi and Bjorn Trauzettel and Giorgio Sangiovanni},
  journal={Physical review letters},
  year={2021},
  volume={126 20},
  pages={
          206601
        }
}
We study the resistivity of three-dimensional semimetals with linear dispersion in the presence of on-site electron-electron interaction. The well-known quadratic temperature dependence of the resistivity of conventional metals is turned into an unusual T^{6} behavior. An analogous change affects the thermal transport, preserving the linearity in T of the ratio between thermal and electrical conductivities. These results hold from weak coupling up to the nonperturbative region of the Mott… 

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