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## Spin and energy trasport in XXZ chain and role of large quasiparticle bound states (NOTE UNUSUAL DAY/TIME)Add to your list(s) Download to your calendar using vCal - Sarang Gopalakrishnan (CUNY)
- Friday 04 October 2019, 14:15-15:30
- Theory Library.
If you have a question about this talk, please contact Mike Gunn. The XXZ spin chain is a canonical model of one-dimensional quantum magnetism. We consider spin transport at nonzero temperature in this model. Spin transport is ballistic in the easy-plane regime, diffusive in the easy-axis regime, and superdiffusive at the isotropic Heisenberg point. Energy transport, by contrast, is ballistic in all cases. The framework of generalized hydrodynamics offers an elementary explanation of these phenomena [1] in terms of the quasiparticle content of the XXZ model. It also predicts new transport anomalies, e.g., in local relaxation in the easy-axis regime in the presence of a magnetic field [2], and in the a.c. conductivity in the easy-plane regime [3]. These anomalies come from the asymptotic behavior of large bound states of many quasiparticles, as we will discuss. [1] SG, R. Vasseur, PRL 122 , 127202 (2019) [2] SG, R. Vasseur, B. Ware, PNAS 116 , 16250 (2019) [3] U. Agrawal, SG, R. Vasseur, and B. Ware, arXiv:1909.05263 This talk is part of the Theoretical Physics Seminars series. ## This talk is included in these lists:Note that ex-directory lists are not shown. |
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