On the superconductivity in (Sr, Ca)(14)Cu24O41 - Towards a chemical standard model
Journal article, 1997

The superconductivity in cuprates has been suggested to result from (a) holes clustering resonances as a means of restoring antiferromagnetic order, and (b) the formation of weak peroxy-chemical bonds. This understanding is employed here to explain the appearance of superconductivity in the ‘ladder’ compound (Sr, Ca)14Cu24O41 under pressure.

Author

Itai Panas

Chalmers, Department of Environmental Inorganic Chemistry

Rafael Gatt

Department of Physics

Chemical Physics Letters

0009-2614 (ISSN)

Vol. 270 1-2 178-182

Subject Categories

Theoretical Chemistry

Condensed Matter Physics

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10/6/2017