About the relation between the quasiparticle Green's function in cuprates obtained from ARPES data and the magnetic susceptibility

@article{Inosov2007AboutTR,
  title={About the relation between the quasiparticle Green's function in cuprates obtained from ARPES data and the magnetic susceptibility},
  author={Dmytro S Inosov and Sergey V. Borisenko and Ilya M. Eremin and Alexander A. Kordyuk and Volodymyr B. Zabolotnyy and Jochen Geck and Andreas Koitzsch and J{\"o}rg Fink and Martin Knupfer and Bernd Buchner},
  journal={Physica C-superconductivity and Its Applications},
  year={2007},
  volume={460},
  pages={939-940}
}
Abstract Angle resolved photoemission spectroscopy (ARPES) provides a detailed view of the renormalized band structure in cuprates and, consequently, is a key to the self-energy and the quasiparticle Green’s function. Such information gives a clue to the comparison of ARPES with scanning tunneling microscopy, inelastic neutron scattering (INS), and Raman scattering data. Here we touch on a potential possibility of such a comparison with the dynamical magnetic susceptibility measured in INS… Expand

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