
OneDimensional Fermi liquids
Author:
Johannes Voit
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I attempt to give a pedagogical overview of the progress which has occurred during the past decade in the description of onedimensional correlated fermions. Fermi liquid theory based on a quasiparti . . . . . 
Fundamental aspects of electron correlations in 1D systems
Author:
Dmitrii L. Maslov
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Table of contents 1. Introduction 2. NonFermiliquid features of Fermi liquids:
1D physics in higher dimensions 3. DzyaloshinskiiLarkin solution of the TomonagaLuttinger model 4. Renormalization g . . . . . 
The Luttinger liquid and integrable models
Author:
J. Sirker
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Many fundamental onedimensional lattice models such as the Heisenberg or the Hubbard model are integrable. For these microscopic models, parameters in the Luttinger liquid theory can often be fixed a . . . . . 
Luttinger liquid behavior in metallic carbon nanotubes
Author:
R. Egger, A. Bachtold, M. Fuhrer, M. Bockrath, D. Cobden, P. McE
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Coulomb interaction effects have pronounced consequences in carbon nanotubes due to their 1D nature. In particular, correlations imply the breakdown of Fermi liquid theory and typically lead to Luttin . . . . . 
Interacting fermions in one dimension
Author:
K.Schonhammer
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The theoretical description of interacting fermions in one spatial dimension is simplified by the fact that the low energy spectrum of noniteracting fermions is identical to the one of a harmonic chai . . . . . 
The spinincoherent Luttinger liquid
Author:
Gregory A. Fiete
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n contrast to the well known Fermi liquid theory of three dimensions, interacting onedimensional and quasi onedimensional systems of fermions are described at low energy by an effective theory known . . . . . 
A brief introduction to Luttinger liquids
Author:
Johannes Voit
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A brief introduction to Luttinger liquids. Luttinger
liquids are paramagnetic onedimensional metals without Landau quasiparticle excitations. 
Fermi liquids and Luttinger liquids
Author:
H.J. Schulz, G. Cuniberti, P. Pieri
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In these lecture notes, the basic physics of Fermi liquids and Luttinger liquids is presented. Fermi liquids are discussed both from a phenomenological viewpoint, in relation to microscopic approaches . . . . . 