Hard antinodal gap revealed by quantum oscillations in the pseudogap regime of underdoped high-$T_{\rm c}$ superconductors

@article{Hartstein2020HardAG,
  title={Hard antinodal gap revealed by quantum oscillations in the pseudogap regime of underdoped high-\$T\_\{\rm c\}\$ superconductors},
  author={M. Hartstein and Yu-Te Hsu and K. Modic and J. Porras and T. Loew and M. L. Tacon and H. Zuo and Jinhua Wang and Zengwei Zhu and M. Chan and R. McDonald and G. Lonzarich and B. Keimer and S. Sebastian and N. Harrison},
  journal={arXiv: Superconductivity},
  year={2020}
}
An understanding of the missing antinodal electronic excitations in the pseudogap state is essential for uncovering the physics of the underdoped cuprate high temperature superconductors. The majority of high temperature experiments performed thus far, however, have been unable to discern whether the antinodal states are rendered unobservable due to their damping, or whether they vanish due to their gapping. Here we distinguish between these two scenarios by using quantum oscillations to… Expand
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