The One-Dimensional Kondo Lattice Model at Partial Band Filling
The Kondo lattice model introduced in 1977 describes a lattice of localized magnetic moments interacting with a sea of conduction electrons. It is one of the most important canonical models in the study of a class of rare earth compounds, called heavy fermion systems, and as such has been studied intensively by a wide variety of techniques for more than a quarter of a century. This review focuses on the one-dimensional case at partial band filling, in which the number of conduction electrons is...[Show more]
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