Ground state of a double-layer charged Bose system

Moudgil, R. K. ; Ahluwalia, P. K. ; Pathak, K. N. (1997) Ground state of a double-layer charged Bose system Physical Review B: Condensed Matter and Materials Physics, 56 (22). pp. 14776-14783. ISSN 1098-0121

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The ground state of a double-layer charged Bose system is investigated beyond the random-phase approximation by including the many-body correlation effects. The correlations within the layer are accounted for within the self-consistent theory of Singwi, Tosi, Land, and Sjolander, while we have neglected the effect of interlayer correlations. The static susceptibility, the elementary excitation spectrum, and the static screened potentials are calculated and their dependence on the boson number density and the layer spacing is examined. Results are compared with the recent work of Tanatar and Das where correlations are not included. It is found that the inclusion of correlation effects combined with the interlayer interactions can significantly alter the nature of the ground state and, in particular, can favor an inhomogeneous charge-density-wave ground state. A comparison is also made in terms of screened potentials with the double-layer electron system that enables one to have a deeper insight into the role played by the exchange and Coulomb correlations separately.

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