Microscopic theory for high-T-c superconductivity
Book chapter, 1999

An understanding of superconductivity in the holes doped cuprates is formulated as resulting from (i) recovery of superexchange interactions at T(spin-gap), (ii) appearance of a holes clustering instability at the T(pseud-gap), and (iii) virtual spin excitations in the AF background mediating the phase coherence among holes cluster resonances producing Off-Diagonal Long-Range Order.

Author

Itai Panas

Chalmers, Department of Environmental Inorganic Chemistry

HIGH TEMPERATURE SUPERCONDUCTIVITY

85-89

Subject Categories

Theoretical Chemistry

Condensed Matter Physics

ISBN

1-56396-880-0

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10/7/2017