Description of the thermodynamic properties of BiH 5 and BiH 6 superconductors beyond the mean-field approximation

@article{Jarosik2018DescriptionOT,
  title={Description of the thermodynamic properties of BiH 5 and BiH 6 superconductors beyond the mean-field approximation},
  author={Marcin W. Jarosik and Ewa A. Drzazga and I. A. Domagalska and K. M. Szczke'sniak and U. Stkepie'n},
  journal={Solid State Communications},
  year={2018}
}
Abstract The ab initio calculations suggest (Y. Ma et al.), that the high-pressure (p = 200 GPa) superconducting state in BiH5 and BiH6 compounds characterizes with a high value of the critical temperature (TC ∼ 100 K). Due to the large value of the electron-phonon coupling constant (λ ∼ 1.2), the thermodynamic parameters of the superconducting phase in BiH5 and BiH6 have been determined beyond the mean-field approximation - in the framework of the Eliashberg equations formalism. We have… 
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