Electronic structure and possible pseudogap behavior in iron based superconductors

@article{Kuchinskii2010ElectronicSA,
  title={Electronic structure and possible pseudogap behavior in iron based superconductors},
  author={{\'E}. Z. Kuchinskii and Mikhail V. Sadovskii},
  journal={JETP Letters},
  year={2010},
  volume={91},
  pages={660-664}
}
Starting from the simplified analytic model of electronic spectrum of iron-pnictogen (chalcogen) high-temperature superconductors close to the Fermi level, we discuss the influence of antiferromagneting (AFM) scattering both for stoichiometric case and the region of possible short-range order AFM fluctuations in doped compounds. Qualitative picture of the evolution of electronic spectrum and Fermi surfaces (FS) for different dopings is presented, with the aim of comparison with existing and… Expand
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