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A common thread: The pairing interaction for unconventional superconductors
The structures, the phase diagrams, and the appearance of a neutron resonance signaling an unconventional superconducting state provide phenomenological evidence relating the cuprates, theExpand
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Theory of intermodulation in a superconducting microstrip resonator
The penetration depth and surface resistance of a superconductor depend upon the superfluid current density. This dependence gives rise to nonlinear mixing in a superconducting microstrip resonator.Expand
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Quasiparticle and phonon lifetimes in superconductors
Low-energy quasiparticle scattering, recombination, and branch-mixing lifetimes and phonon pair-breaking and scattering lifetimes are calculated for superconductors. The quasiparticle calculationsExpand
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The case for dx2 − y2 pairing in the cuprate superconductors
Abstract The nature of the orbital structure of the pairs in the superconducting phase of the high-temperature superconducting cuprates remains one of the central questions in this field. Here weExpand
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Distinct Fermi-Momentum-Dependent Energy Gaps in Deeply Underdoped Bi2212
We used angle-resolved photoemission spectroscopy applied to deeply underdoped cuprate superconductors Bi2Sr2Ca(1–x)YxCu2O8 (Bi2212) to reveal the presence of two distinct energy gaps exhibitingExpand
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Nonequilibrium superconductivity
In general, the quasiparticles, phonons, and pair field in a superconductor driven by an external source are out of equilibrium. Here we review briefly the various quasiparticle and phonon lifetimesExpand
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Near-degeneracy of several pairing channels in multiorbital models for the Fe pnictides
Weak-coupling approaches to the pairing problem in the iron pnictide superconductors have predicted a wide variety of superconducting ground states. We argue here that this is due both to theExpand
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Minimal two-band model of the superconducting iron oxypnictides
Following the discovery of the Fe-pnictide superconductors, local-density approximation (LDA) band structure calculations showed that the dominant contributions to the spectral weight near the FermiExpand
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