a phenomenological theory of the antiferromagnetic correlations in cuprates is constructed from analyses of recent numerical results of the Hubbard model. Two crossover temperatures are predicted to exist. In three regions divided by the two crossover temperatures, we present a qualitative but explicit form of doping and temperature dependences of the dynamical susceptibility χ(q, ω), which agrees with NMR and neutron scattering data of cuprates. It solves recent controversy between these two experimental results and provides us with a unified picture of antiferromagnetic correlation in cuprates.
- Mott transition
- anomalous metal
- antiferromagnetic fluctuation
- high temperature superconductor
- spin correlation
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- Physics and Astronomy(all)