Transport equation for disordered interacting electrons in two-dimensional and magnetic metal
We develop a transport formalism for interacting electrons in the presence of quenched disorder. Quantum effects on transport, due both to quantum interference and interaction effects, are incorporated through non-analytic terms in the irreducible interactions and appropriate contributions to the electron self-energy. Perturbatively, our approach recovers the standard results on quantum corrections to the Drude conductivity. We argue the strong coupling fixed point is a magnetic metal beyond perturbation theory. Extensions of the theory are outlined.
Sun, Jun. "Transport equation for disordered interacting electrons in two-dimensional and magnetic metal." (2002) Master’s Thesis, Rice University. https://hdl.handle.net/1911/17553.