Effects of Disorder on the Transport of Collective Modes in an Excitonic Condensate

17 Jun 2020 Remez Benjamin Cooper Nigel R.

An excitonic insulator (EI) is an unconventional quantum phase of matter in which excitons, bound pairs of electrons and holes, undergo Bose--Einstein condensation, forming a macroscopic coherent state. While its existence was first hypothesized half a century ago, the EI has eluded experimental observation in bulk materials for decades... (read more)

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  • STRONGLY CORRELATED ELECTRONS
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