# Intimate link between charge density wave, pseudogap and superconducting energy scales in cuprates

@article{Loret2019IntimateLB,
title={Intimate link between charge density wave, pseudogap and superconducting energy scales in cuprates},
author={Bastien Loret and N Auvray and Yann Gallais and Maximilien Cazayous and Anne Forget and Doroth{\'e}e Colson and Marc-Henri Julien and Indranil Paul and Marcello Civelli and Alain Sacuto},
journal={Nature Physics},
year={2019},
pages={1-5}
}
• Published 24 August 2018
• Physics
• Nature Physics
The cuprate high-temperature superconductors develop spontaneous charge density wave (CDW) order below a temperature TCDW and over a wide range of hole doping (p). An outstanding challenge in the field is to understand whether this modulated phase is related to the more exhaustively studied pseudogap and superconducting phases1,2. To address this issue, it is important to extract the energy scale ΔCDW associated with the CDW order, and to compare it with the pseudogap ΔPG and with the…
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