Correggi, Michele ; Giuliani, Alessandro ; Seiringer, RobertIST Austria
Spin-wave theory is a key ingredient in our comprehension of quantum spin systems, and is used successfully for understanding a wide range of magnetic phenomena, including magnon condensation and stability of patterns in dipolar systems. Nevertheless, several decades of research failed to establish the validity of spin-wave theory rigorously, even for the simplest models of quantum spins. A rigorous justification of the method for the three-dimensional quantum Heisenberg ferromagnet at low temperatures is presented here. We derive sharp bounds on its free energy by combining a bosonic formulation of the model introduced by Holstein and Primakoff with probabilistic estimates and operator inequalities.
239694; ERC; European Research Council
Correggi M, Giuliani A, Seiringer R. Validity of spin-wave theory for the quantum Heisenberg model. EPL. 2014;108(2). doi:10.1209/0295-5075/108/20003
Correggi, M., Giuliani, A., & Seiringer, R. (2014). Validity of spin-wave theory for the quantum Heisenberg model. EPL, 108(2). https://doi.org/10.1209/0295-5075/108/20003
Correggi, Michele, Alessandro Giuliani, and Robert Seiringer. “Validity of Spin-Wave Theory for the Quantum Heisenberg Model.” EPL 108, no. 2 (2014). https://doi.org/10.1209/0295-5075/108/20003.
M. Correggi, A. Giuliani, and R. Seiringer, “Validity of spin-wave theory for the quantum Heisenberg model,” EPL, vol. 108, no. 2, 2014.
Correggi M, Giuliani A, Seiringer R. 2014. Validity of spin-wave theory for the quantum Heisenberg model. EPL. 108(2).
Correggi, Michele, et al. “Validity of Spin-Wave Theory for the Quantum Heisenberg Model.” EPL, vol. 108, no. 2, 20003, IOP Publishing Ltd., 2014, doi:10.1209/0295-5075/108/20003.
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