Rigorous Screened Interactions for Realistic Correlated Electron Systems

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Abstract

We derive a widely-applicable first principles approach for determining two-body, static effective interactions for low-energy Hamiltonians with quantitative accuracy. The algebraic construction rigorously conserves all instantaneous two-point correlation functions in a chosen model space at the level of the random phase approximation, improving upon the traditional uncontrolled static approximations. Applied to screened interactions within a quantum embedding framework, we demonstrate these faithfully describe the relaxation of local subspaces via downfolding high-energy physics in molecular systems, as well as enabling a systematically improvable description of the long-range plasmonic contributions in extended graphene.
Original languageEnglish
JournalPhysical Review Letters
Publication statusAccepted/In press - 19 Jan 2024

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