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28) we would not have this invariance. Suppose now that we couple this system to the electromagnetic field (A0 , A). We expect three effects. 1. 29) r which couples the spin S(r ) with the local magnetic field B(r ) so as to align it along the B(r ) direction. 2. 30) where V (r ) is the periodic potential imposed by the crystal. c. 32) is an arbitrary function of space and time. c. c. 34) provided that the local change of phase is given by e (r ) θ(r ) ≡ − c 3. 36) r ,σ which couples the particle density to A0 (r ).
At half-filling kF = π/2 and (kF ) vanishes. In higher dimensions we determine the constant-energy curves in the same way. For a halffilled system we just fill up the negative-energy states to obtain the Fermi sea. This is so because this band has E ↔ −E symmetry (“particle–hole” symmetry) and there are as many states with positive energy as there are with negative energy. The Fermi surface is defined by F = 0 and for a square lattice is rectangular (square) (see Fig. 4). 76) σ =↑,↓ has a jump at the Fermi surface both in the free case and in the case with interaction (see Fig.
68) is generally valid even for Hamiltonians for which it is not possible to clearly separate coordinates and momenta. I will adopt the phase-space (or coherent-state) path integral as the definition. This procedure can be trivially generalized to second-quantized systems. In the case of bosons we have second-quantized field operators ˆ (r ) and ˆ † (r ) and a Hamiltonian H. 72) r The commutation relations in Eq. 71) follow from canonically quantizing L . 74) are equivalent to Eq. 71) after ˆ has been identified with i ˆ † .