Kondo Resonance Behavior of Heavy Fermion f-electron materials.

Allen J. W., Gweon G. -H., Schek H. T., Liu L. -Z., Tjeng L. H., Park J. H., Ellis W. P., Chen C. T., Gunnarsson O., Jepsen O., Andersen O. K., Dalichaouch Y., Maple M. B.

Univ Michigan Dept Phys Ann Arbor Mi 48109
Yale Univ Dept Appl Phys New Haven Ct 06520
At&t Bell Labs Murray Hill Nj 07974
Los Alamos Natl Lab Los Alamos Nm 87545
Max Planck Inst Festkorperforsch D-70569 Stuttgart Germany
Univ Calif San Diego Dept Phys La Jolla Ca 92093

The Kondo properties of the impurity Anderson model provide a theoretical framework for relating thermodynamic and angle integrated electron spectroscopy data in many heavy fermion materials. We describe the success and the challenges of this approach, summarize a detailed analysis of CeSi2, and give a perspective on the relation to the lattice Anderson model.

Journal of Applied Physics, 87 6088-6091, 2000.

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