On the character of the superconductor to metal transition in overdoped cuprates

Posted in Journal Articles on August 29, 2016 at 1:08 pm by JCCMP

Dependence of the critical temperature in overdoped copper oxides on su- perfluid density.
Authors: I. Bozovic, X. He, J. Wu, and A. T. Bollinger.
Nature 536, 309 (2016)

Recommended with a commentary by Steven A. Kivelson, Stanford University.
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One Response to “On the character of the superconductor to metal transition in overdoped cuprates”

  1. Amit Keren Says:

    In different families of the cuprate (CaxLa1-x)(Ba_1.75-xLa0.25+x)Cu3Oy (CLBLCO) Tc is a linear function of the superfluid stiffness, for both under and over doped samples as well [1].

    1) Fig. 4 in Amit Kerena, Amit Kanigel, James S. Lord, Alex Amato, Solid State Communications 126 (2003) 39–46; Fig. 10 in Amit Kanigel, Amit Keren, Arkady Knizhnik, and Oren Shafir, Phys. Rev. B 71, 224511 (2005); Fig. 5 in Amit Keren, New Journal of Physics 11 (2009) 065006.

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