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Dressed behavior of the quasiparticles lifetime in the unitary limit of two unconventional superconductors

@inproceedings{ContrerasE2021DressedBO,
  title={Dressed behavior of the quasiparticles lifetime in the unitary limit of two unconventional superconductors},
  author={Pedro L. Contreras E. and Dianela Osorio and E. Yu. Beliayev},
  year={2021}
}
We compare the quasiparticle lifetime behavior in the unitary limit of two unconventional superconductors dressed by non-magnetic impurity scattering to differentiate an anomalous functional behavior in its shape when the disorder concentration is changed in a triplet paired model with respect to the well behave singlet model. For singlet paired superconductors, the functional shape of the lifetime due to elastic scattering around the nodal regions does not change with the change of the… Expand

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