Electronic origin of high-temperature superconductivity in single-layer FeSe superconductor.

@article{Liu2012ElectronicOO,
  title={Electronic origin of high-temperature superconductivity in single-layer FeSe superconductor.},
  author={Defa Liu and Wenhao Zhang and Daixiang Mou and Junfeng He and Yunbo Ou and Qingyang Wang and Zhi Hong Li and Lili Wang and Lin Zhao and Shaolong He and Yingying Peng and Xu Liu and Chaoyu Chen and Li Yu and Guodong Liu and Xiaoli Dong and Jun Zhang and Chuangtian Chen and Zu-Yan Xu and Jiangping Hu and Xi Chen and Xucun Ma and Qi-Kun Xue and X J Zhou},
  journal={Nature communications},
  year={2012},
  volume={3},
  pages={
          931
        }
}
The recent discovery of high-temperature superconductivity in iron-based compounds has attracted much attention. How to further increase the superconducting transition temperature (T(c)) and how to understand the superconductivity mechanism are two prominent issues facing the current study of iron-based superconductors. The latest report of high-T(c) superconductivity in a single-layer FeSe is therefore both surprising and significant. Here we present investigations of the electronic structure… Expand
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