Algebraic charge liquids

@inproceedings{Kaul2008AlgebraicCL,
  title={Algebraic charge liquids},
  author={Ribhu K. Kaul and Yong Baek Kim and Subir Sachdev and T Senthil},
  year={2008}
}
High temperature superconductivity emerges in the cuprate compounds upon changing the electron density of an insulator in which the electron spins are antiferromagnetically ordered. A key characteristic of the superconductor is that electrons can be extracted from them at zero energy only if their momenta take one of four specific values (the `nodal points'). A central enigma has been the evolution of the zero energy electrons in the metallic state between the antiferromagnet and the… CONTINUE READING

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