The Mechanism of d-Wave Superconductivity of Underdoped High- T c Cuprates

Mojumder, M.
February 2010
Journal of Superconductivity & Novel Magnetism;Feb2010, Vol. 23 Issue 2, p285
Academic Journal
We have worked out the theory of d-wave superconductivity of the doped cuprate that is consistent with up-to-date data on the basis of the assumption of two-channel Kondo fixed point of the latter. Strong local Coulomb scattering between carriers combined with strong and weak involvement, respectively, of charge (spin) fluctuations and phonons in pairing justify the assumption of two-channel Kondo effect in the doped cuprate. This is true for diverse other data as well. The assumption explains not only the d-wave superconductivity but also all the relevant physics of this material.


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