Mean-field theory of strongly disordered superconductors


Qualitative features of the mean-field theory of superconductivity in a strongly disordered system of fermions with short-range attraction are discussed. In this limit the effective theory at low energies is entirely bosonic, and I consider both the artificial infiniterange limit and the more realistic case of ”nearest-neighbor” hopping of bosons between… (More)


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