Anapole superconductivity from $${{{{{{{\mathcal{PT}}}}}}}}$$ PT -symmetric mixed-parity interband pairing

  title={Anapole superconductivity from 
 -symmetric mixed-parity interband pairing},
  author={Shota Kanasugi and Youichi Yanase},
  journal={Communications Physics},
Recently, superconductivity with spontaneous time-reversal or parity symmetry breaking is attracting much attention owing to its exotic properties, such as nontrivial topology and nonreciprocal transport. Particularly fascinating phenomena are expected when the time-reversal and parity symmetry are simultaneously broken. This work shows that time-reversal symmetry-breaking mixed-parity superconducting states generally exhibit an unusual asymmetric Bogoliubov spectrum due to nonunitary interband… 
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