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Mott transition


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A type of metal–insulator transition in which the key parameter is the ratio of electron repulsion to bandwidth. Above a certain critical value of this parameter the metal becomes a Mott insulator, even though the uppermost band is not full. It was proposed by the physicist Sir Nevill Mott in 1949.

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