Controlled preparation and detection of d-wave superfluidity in two-dimensional optical superlattices

@article{Rey2009ControlledPA,
  title={Controlled preparation and detection of d-wave superfluidity in two-dimensional optical superlattices},
  author={A. Rey and R. Sensarma and S. Foelling and M. Greiner and E. Demler and M. Lukin},
  journal={EPL},
  year={2009},
  volume={87},
  pages={60001}
}
d-wave Cooper pairs are believed to be the key for understanding the phenomenon of high-temperature superconductivity in cuprates. These superconductors are an example of the emergence of strong pairing in systems with purely repulsive interactions, similar to superfluid helium 3 and the newly discovered iron oxypnictides. Despite intense studies, there is currently no consensus as to what causes the formation of d-wave Cooper pairs in these materials. Here we propose a novel experimental… Expand

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