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We extend the study of the Fermi surface instability of the Pomeranchuk type into systems with orbital band structures, which are common features in transition metal oxides. Band hybridization significantly shifts the spectra weight of the Landau interactions from the conventional s-wave channel to unconventional non-s-wave channels, which results in anisotropic nematic Fermi surface distortions even with ordinary interactions in solids. The Ginzburg-Landau free energy is constructed by coupling the charge-nematic, spin-nematic and ferromagnetic order parameters together, which shows that nematic electron states can be induced by metamagnetism. The connection between this mechanism to the anisotropic metamagnetc states observed in Sr$ 3$Ru$ 2$O$ 7$ at high magnetic fields is studied in a multi-band Hubbard model with the hybridized quasi-one dimensional $d {xz}$ and $d {yz}$-bands.



Author: Wei-cheng Lee; Congjun Wu

Source: https://archive.org/







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