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t-J Model Then and Now: a Personal Perspective from the Pioneering Times

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In this overview we sketch briefly the path to the so-called t-J model derived for the first time 30 years ago and provide its original meaning within the theory of strongly correlated magnetic metals with a non-Fermi (non-Landau) liquid ground state. An emergence of the concept of real space pairing is discussed in a historical prospective. A generalization of this model to the many-orbital situation is briefly discussed. The emphasis is put on didactical exposition of ideas, as they were transformed into mathematical language. The concept of hybrid pairing is introduced in the same context at the end.
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409-424
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2007-04
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2006-09-14
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  • Marian Smoluchowski Institute of Physics, Jagiellonian University, Reymonta 4, 30-059 Kraków, Poland
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