Some experimental tests of Tomonaga-Luttinger liquids


The Tomonaga-Luttinger-Liquid (TLL) has been the cornerstone of our understanding of the properties of one dimensional systems. This universal set of properties plays in one dimension, the same role than Fermi liquid plays for the higher dimensional metals. I will give in these notes an overview of some of the experimental tests that were made to probe such TLL physics. In particular I will detail some of the recent experiments that were made in spin systems and which provided remarkable quantitative tests of the TLL physics.Comment: Part of the special issue on "Luttinger liquids", Vieri Mastropietro e

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