Properties of Quarter-Filled SDW in the Presence of 4k_F-Potentials
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A spin density wave (SDW) state of organic conductors has been studied by examining the charge fluctuation around the mean-field ground state for a system which is given by one-dimensional quarter-filled band, the repulsive interaction of both on-site (U) and nearest-neighbor site (V), the dimerization energy (t<SUB>d</SUB>) and the anion potential (W<SUB>0</SUB>). We calculate the excitation gap due to the commensurability, which appears in the collective mode associated with the phase of the SDW. It is shown that the charge fluctuation is suppressed or enhanced depending on the interplay of mutual interactions and the 4k<SUB>F</SUB>-potentials originating from t<SUB>d</SUB> and W<SUB>0</SUB> where k<SUB>F</SUB> denotes the Fermi wave vector.
- The Review of High Pressure Science and Technology
The Review of High Pressure Science and Technology 7, 517-519, 1998
The Japan Society of High Pressure Science and Technology