Thermodynamics of an exactly solvable model for superconductivity in a doped Mott insulator

@article{Zhao2022ThermodynamicsOA,
  title={Thermodynamics of an exactly solvable model for superconductivity in a doped Mott insulator},
  author={Jinchao Zhao and Luke Yeo and Edwin W. Huang and Philip W. Phillips},
  journal={Physical Review B},
  year={2022}
}
Computing superconducting properties starting from an exactly solvable model for a doped Mott insulator stands as a grand challenge. We have recently shown that this can be done starting from the Hatsugai-Kohmoto (HK) model which can be understood generally as the minimal model that breaks the non-local Z 2 symmetry of a Fermi liquid, thereby constituting a new quartic fixed point for Mott physics [Phillips et al., Nature Physics 16, 1175 (2020); Huang et al., Nature Physics (2022)]. In the… 

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