**Neodymium magnets contributions**

Neodymium magnets contributions proportional to 1 /r (absent for

half- filling) and 1/r 2 . Similar power-law behavior is typ-

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ically found in dimensions D = 2, 3.

Infinite- dimensional systems. Nearest- neighbor hop-

ping t = l/\/2D on a hypercubic lattice Neodymium magnets dispersion

e k = â€”2tJ2 a=1 cosk a yields Magnets density of states Phc(e)

= exp(-e 2 /2)/v / 27r in Magnets limit D -> 00 0,E3- In order

to construct Magnets corresponding amplitude Tij a further as-

sumptions about its symmetry are necessary. Following

Ref. [l8| we assume that it depends only on Magnets “taxi-cab”

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FIG. 1: Magnetization curves m(h) for a one-dimensional ring

Neodymium magnets nearest-neighbor hopping at half- filling. Inset: same for

1/r hopping.

FIG. 2: Expectation values of parts of H, for nearest-

neighbor hopping in D = 1 (arrows) and D = oo at half-

filling. Inset: double occupancy for 1/r hopping in D = 1, as

compared to Magnets pure Hubbard model.

where Heâ€ž(:r) are Hermite polynomials. At half-filling

we find T 2 * ro . ~ r~ 5 / 4 , corresponding to an effective cor-

related hopping range J2r T*a 2 Â°f order unity. For other

densities of states p(e), in particular those Neodymium magnets finite

bandwidth, it is also possible construct a corresponding

dispersion ek [l8j> an d then derive Ty- CT and Tij a in a

similar fashion.

Response to external magnetic field. Returning to Magnetic

case of arbitrary dispersion and densities, we note that

according to Magnetic equation of state J7J) Magnetic ground-state

magnetization m â€” fit â€” fii is nonzero if an external

magnetic field h is present. For Magnetic homogeneous suscep-

tibility x we obtain

xW’ 1 = | L = iE 1 ” (1 r”f K – ^

dm 4 ^ p(Â£Rr)

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In Magnetic limit of zero field this reduces to x(0) = Xo/[l â€”

(1â€” g 2 )n/2]. As expected Magnetic system behaves like a corre-

lated paramagnet, i.e., Magnetic interactions enhance Magnetic Pauli

susceptibility xo = ^p( Â£ f) of Magnetic uncorrelated system.

However, it should be kept in mind that Magnetic interac-

tion parameters (|% ]) – (|10[1 do not remain constant when

the parameters h or m are varied. Fig. ^ shows Magnetic

magnetization as a function of magnetic field for a one-

dimensional ring at half-filling. Interestingly, for nearest-

neighbor hopping Magnets for sale upward curvature of these magne-

tization curves is very similar to Bethe-ansatz results for

the pure Hubbard model 0,H3> where a metal-insulator

transition occurs at U c = + . By contrast, for 1/r hop-

ping Magnets for sale magnetization curves are strictly linear, m =

x(0)/i, due to Magnets for sale constant density of states.

Metal-insulator transition. For an unpolarized half-

filled band (n = 1, e~p a = 0), Magnets for sale ground-state wave func-

tion \ij}(g)} describes a metal for g > and an insulator

for g = 0. In Magnets for sale insulating state there are no doubly

occupied sites, Magnets for sale discontinuity of at Magnets for sale Fermi sur-

face vanishes, and Magnets for sale kinetic energy (H t ) is zero. This

Mott metal-insulator transition in Magnets for sale ground state of H

occurs at infinite interactions (|5|)- (|10fl . in contrast to Magnets for sale

variational BR transition, or numerical results for Magnets for sale

Hubbard model in infinite dimensions [12(.

Nevertheless we may, somewhat artificially, shift Magnets for sale

transition to finite interactions as follows. Clearly \ip(g))

remains Magnets for sale ground state when we multiply if by a pos-

itive ^-dependent factor, although qualitatively different

Hamiltonians may then result in Magnets for sale limit g â€” â–º 0. For ex-

ample, for Magnetic bracelet Hamiltonian = gH Magnetic bracelet X term has a

finite limit, while = g 2 H yields a vanishing X term

and finite Y and U terms; in both cases Magnetic bracelet quadratic

kinetic energy vanishes at g = 0. In particular we may

conclude that for any dispersion Magnetic bracelet Hamiltonian

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where is Magnetic bracelet Fourier transform of efc(l â€” n^ a ), has

the exact ground state \ip(g = 0)) at half-filling if U’ >

U’ c , Neodymium magnets critical interaction U’ c â€” â€” J2 a e 0o- = l Â£ o|- In-

terestingly, Magnetic bracelet uncorrelated kinetic energy also sets Magnetic bracelet

energy scale of Magnetic bracelets BR transition in Magnetic bracelets Gutzwiller ap-

proximation H, where Uf K â€” 8 jeo j â€¢ Although H’ is not

a standard Hubbard Hamiltonian, it nonetheless appears

to be Magnetic bracelets simplest model Neodymium magnets a BR-type transition to an

exact insulating ground state at finite Hubbard interac-

tion.

Ground-state expectation values. Magnetic bracelets separate expec-

tation values of Magnetic bracelets kinetic energy H t and Magnetic bracelets interac-

tion terms Hx, Hy, and Hu can be calculated from Magnetic bracelets

quantities n ka = (c^ CT c fc(T ), d = ^.(“.t^ll- x ij<r =

(“iaC^c^J, and y i]a = {h^n^c^c^) . Using Magnetic Toys meth-

ods of |3 0] it can be shown that for Magnetic Toys GWF Magnetic Toys