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ABSTRACT: The spectrum of phononlike collective excitations in the system of Boseatoms in optical lattice (more generally, in the system of quantum particles described by the BoseHubbard model) is investigated. Such excitations appear due to displacements of particles with respect to their local equilibrium positions. The twolevel model taking into account the transitions of bosons between the ground state and the first excited state in potential wells, as well as interaction between them, is used. Calculations are performed within the random phase approximation in the hardcore boson limit. It is shown that excitation spectrum in normal phase consists of the one excitonlike band, while in the phase with BE condensate an additional band appears. The positions, spectral weights and widths of bands strongly depend on chemical potential of bosons and temperature. The conditions of stability of a system with respect to the lowering of symmetry and displacement modulation are discussed.  [Show abstract] [Hide abstract]
ABSTRACT: The band spectrum of bosonic atoms in twodimensional honeycomb optical lattices with the graphenetype structure has been studied. The dispersion laws in the bands and the oneparticle spectral densities are calculated for the normal phase in the random phase approximation. The temperaturedependent gapless spectrum with Dirac points located at the Brillouin zone boundary is obtained for the lattice with energetically equivalent sites, with the corresponding chemical potential lying outside the allowed energy band. Different onsite energies in the sublattices are shown to induce the appearance of a gap in the spectrum, so that the chemical potential can be located between the subbands, which gives rise to a substantial reconstruction of the band spectrum. The frequency dependences of the oneparticle spectral density for both sublattices are determined as functions of the chemical potential level, the spectral gap magnitude, and the temperature. 
Article: The study of electronic states in highly anisotropic layered structures with stage ordering
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ABSTRACT: The study of the electronic spectrum of the layered nanohybrid structure with a stage ordering reveals the effect of such ordering with an increase of lattice constant in the direction perpendicular to the layer on the electronic band structure of GaSetype crystals. The analysis is performed for changes of the electronic spectrum and the density of electronic states in the layered crystals produced by the structure modulation due to the appearance of periodical blocks consisting of a small number of layers. A polymodal structure of the density of electronic states is studied numerically as well as its dependence on the number of layers in the block for stage ordered crystals of the GaSetype. © 2014, Ivan Franko National University of Lviv. All rights reserved.  [Show abstract] [Hide abstract]
ABSTRACT: The BoseEinstein condensation in the hardcore boson limit (HCB) of the BoseHubbard model with two local states and the particle hopping in the excited band only is investigated. For the purpose of considering the nonergodicity, a singleparticle spectral density is calculated in the random phase approximation by means of the temperature boson Green functions. The nonergodic contribution to the momentum distribution function of particles (connected with the static density fluctuations) increases significantly and becomes comparable with the ergodic contribution in the superfluid phase near the tricritical point. 
Article: BoseEinstein condensation in the excited band and the energy spectrum of the BoseHubbard model
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ABSTRACT: Based on the mean field approximation, we investigate the transition into the BoseEinstein condensate phase in the BoseHubbard model with two local states and boson hopping in only the excited band. In the hardcore boson limit, we study the instability associated with this transition, which appears at excitation energies δ < t0 , where t0  is the particle hopping parameter. We discuss the conditions under which the phase transition changes from second to first order and present the corresponding phase diagrams (Θ,µ) and (t0 , µ), where Θ is the temperature and µ is the chemical potential. Separation into the normal and BoseEinstein condensate phases is possible at a fixed average concentration of bosons. We calculate the boson Green’s function and oneparticle spectral density using the random phase approximation and analyze changes in the spectrum of excitations of the “particle” or “hole” type in the region of transition from the normal to the BoseEinstein condensate phase.  [Show abstract] [Hide abstract]
ABSTRACT: Phase transition into the phase with BoseEinstein (BE) condensate in the twoband BoseHubbard model with the particle hopping in the excited band only is investigated. Instability connected with such a transition (which appears at excitation energies $\delta<\lvert t_0' \rvert$, where $\lvert t_0' \rvert$ is the particle hopping parameter) is considered. The reentrant behaviour of spinodales is revealed in the hardcore boson limit in the region of positive values of chemical potential. It is found that the order of the phase transition undergoes a change in this case and becomes the first one; the reentrant transition into the normal phase does not take place in reality. First order phase transitions also exist at negative values of $\delta$ (under the condition $\delta>\delta_{\mathrm{crit}}\approx0.12\lvert t_0' \rvert$). At $\mu<0$ the phase transition mostly remains to be of the second order. The behaviour of the BEcondensate order parameter is analyzed, the $(\Theta,\mu)$ and $(\lvert t_0' \rvert,\mu)$ phase diagrams are built and localizations of tricritical points are established. The conditions are found at which the separation on the normal phase and the phase with the BE condensate takes place.  [Show abstract] [Hide abstract]
ABSTRACT: Lithium intercalated anatase used in Liion batteries has some special features: coexistence of Lirich and Lipoor phases as well as two possible positions for Li ions in the oxygen tetrahedron. A theoretical description of the compound considering those peculiarities is presented. As shown by the performed symmetry analysis, the intercalation induced lattice deformation can be accompanied by the ordering of antiferroelectric type (internal piezoeffect). In the following step, a qualitative illustration of the phase separation in the lithiated anatase is given within the Landau expansion at the proper choice of coefficients. A microscopic model for description of the compound is also proposed which combines features of the Mitsui and BlumeEmeryGriffits models and utilizes the symmetry analysis results. Various ground state and temperaturedependent phase diagrams of the model are studied to find a set of model parameters corresponding to the lithiated anatase. A phase separation into the empty and halffilled phases in a wide temperature range has been found closely resembling the phase coexistence in the intercalated crystal. In the framework of the model, the twoposition Li subsystem could have the ordering of ferro or antiferroelectric types which, however, has not been yet observed by the experiment. Comment: 19 pages, Reported at the Conference "Statistical Physics: Modern Trends and Applications" dedicated to the 100th anniversary of N.N. Bogolyubov (June 2325, 2009 Lviv, Ukraine)  [Show abstract] [Hide abstract]
ABSTRACT: Intercalation of gallium and indium selenide crystals by nickel initiates their electret polarization. The effect manifests itself at small concentrations of the intercalant. Temperature dependences of dielectric permittivity for both crystals demonstrate peaks in the same region of concentration. The effect is presumably connected with the ordering of local quasidipoles caused by the redistribution of intercalant atoms between octahedral and two tetrahedral positions. It is shown that a microscopic fourstate model is able to reproduce a peaklike behaviour of the polarization at change of the intercalant chemical potential (concentration) and peculiarities of temperature dependences of the transverse dielectric susceptibility.  [Show abstract] [Hide abstract]
ABSTRACT: Measurements of dielectric properties of Niintercalated GaSe and InSe have been performed. The present study is aimed at the investigation of the lowadmixture region where the intercalation induced electret effect occurs. The effect exhibits pronounced peaklike concentration dependences and a nonmonotonous temper ature behaviour with maximum magnitudes at low temperatures. Intercalation leads to over tenfold increase of dielectric permittivity over the whole measured frequency range with up to several orders at low frequencies for GaSe. Temperature dependences of the permittivity demonstrate welldefined peaks with localizations and heights strongly depending on the concentration. A microscopic model of orderdisorder type has been pro posed that considers redistribution of intercalant atoms between nonpolar octahedral and polar tetrahedral positions in the crystal van der Waals gaps. Such a redistribution can occur in the form of phase transi tion to the polar phase (corresponding to the electret effect) which is stabilized by the internal field. For the case of octahedral positions being more preferable, the model predicts a peaklike dependence of the crystal polarization on chemical potential due to passing through the interjacent polar phase in accordance with the measured behaviour of the electret effect. The calculated temperature dependences of dielectric susceptibility qualitatively reproduce experimental results for permittivity as well.  [Show abstract] [Hide abstract]
ABSTRACT: A simple foursublattice orderdisorder model is developed for description of phase transitions and dielectric properties of the Rochelle salt crystal. The model is developed as a generalization of the semimicroscopic Mitsui model. The symmetry properties of lattice and spatial orientations of effective dipoles connected with the asymmetric structure units in the elementary cell are taken into account. The model allows to investigate the temperature and field behaviour of transverse (besides longitudinal) components of dielectric susceptibility. The influence of the transverse electric field $\vec{E}\parallel\vec{b}$ on the phase transition points and spontaneous polarization is studied.  [Show abstract] [Hide abstract]
ABSTRACT: The dielectric properties of glycinium phosphite (GPI) crystals as a function of temperature and electric field magnitude are investigated. The electric field E is applied perpendicularly to the ferroelectric baxis in the direction of hydrogenbonded phosphite chains in the crystal (the caxis). The shift of the paraelectricferroelectric phase transition to lower temperatures proportionally to Ec2 (where Ec is an effective field in the sample) is observed. Strong anomalies in the field dependence of the permittivity \varepsilon '_c in the temperature region T \leq T_{\mathrm {c}} are revealed. It is shown that the observed jumplike changes of \varepsilon '_c are caused by the phase transition from the ferro to paraelectric phase induced by the electric field. Such a transition is connected with the rearrangement of protons on hydrogen bonds and the reversal of the corresponding dipole moments, at which the compensation of their components along the baxis takes place. The theoretical description of the observed dielectric anomalies, given on the basis of the phenomenological Landau free energy approach, is in good agreement with the experimental data. 
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ABSTRACT: The microscopic model based on the consideration of the proton ordering is proposed for theoretical study of glycine phosphite (GPI) crystals with a complex structure of the hydrogen bond network. The phase transition into the ferroelectric state is described and changes of the dielectric susceptibility of the crystal are investigated in the presence of the transverse external electric field acting along the caxis.*Paper originally presented at 10th European Meeting on Ferroelectricity, Cambridge, U.K., August 3–8, 2003.  [Show abstract] [Hide abstract]
ABSTRACT: Within the developed microscopic models we analyze the role of different mechanisms of external pressure influence on phase transitions in deuterated crystals of the KD 2 PO 4 family; crystals of DMAGaS type, and Hbonded ferroelectrics of the Me 3 H(XO 4 ) 2 family. 
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ABSTRACT: This paper presents the results of investigations of the dielectric, birefringent and electrooptic properties of NH2(CH3)2Me(SO4)2 · 6H2O (Me = Al, Ga) crystals. The data obtained are compared with the predictions of a phenomenological theory. In particular, the temperature behaviour of the dielectric susceptibility components and their anomalies in the vicinity of phase transition points were investigated in details. The specific behaviour of the studied parameters in the low temperature region was related to the coexistence of ferroelectric and antiferroelectric ordering of the dimethylammonium groups carrying a dipole moment.  [Show abstract] [Hide abstract]
ABSTRACT: A configurational model for the quantum statistical description of the process of metal ion complex formation in water solution is proposed. Special attention is paid to the formation of hydroxocomplexes. In the framework of the model determination of such chemical characteristics of reaction as Bjerrum function, partial mole fraction and formation constants is made. It is established that regions of existence of different complex forms at variation of solution pH reaction depend on differences of configuration energies and temperature. Existence of a saturation effect which leads to a sharp change of ligand concentration in solution when the metal ion concentration crosses a certain value is established. Dependence of this effect on temperature and other parameters of the system is investigated.  [Show abstract] [Hide abstract]
ABSTRACT: A simple description of thermodynamics of DMAAS and DMAGaS ferroelectric crystals by means of Landau expansion is proposed. Conditions of occurrence of phase transitions are established and their temperatures are obtained. The influence of external hydrostatic pressure on phase transitions is described. The temperature behaviour of dielectric susceptibility components and their anomalies in the vicinity of phase transition points are investigated. Obtained results are compared with experimental data.  [Show abstract] [Hide abstract]
ABSTRACT: The fourstate model is proposed for the description of phase transition in ferroelectric crystals of the DMAGaS and DMAAlS type. Thermodynamic functions of the model are obtained in the mean field approximation. The phase transition between paraelectric and ferroelectric phases is investigated. It is established that the order of the phase transitions depends on the relations between model parameters.  [Show abstract] [Hide abstract]
ABSTRACT: A fourstate model is proposed for description of the sequence of phase transitions in ferroelectric crystals of DMAGaS and DMAAlS type. The ordering processes in the subsystems of DMA groups are considered as a main reason of such transformations. The interaction between groups in their various orientational states is taken into account in the dipoledipole approximation. Obtained thermodynamical characteristics of the model (spontaneous polarization, occupancy of orientational states, dielectric susceptibility, phase diagram) are in good agreement with experimental data. The experimental fact of suppression of ferroelectric phase at increase of hydrostatic pressure is explained under assumption that pressure changes the difference between energies of various orientational states of DMA groups mostly.
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National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine
 Institute for Condensed Matter Physics
Kievo, Kyiv City, Ukraine


2000

Lviv Institute of Physics and Mechanics
Lviv, L’vivs’ka Oblast’, Ukraine
