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# Pairing symmetry in infinite-layer nickelate superconductor

@inproceedings{Chow2022PairingSI,
title={Pairing symmetry in infinite-layer nickelate superconductor},
author={Lin Er Chow and S. Kunniniyil Sudheesh and P. Nandi and Shengwei Zeng and Z. T. Zhang and Xiaoqing Du and Zhi Shiuh Lim and Elbert E. M. Chia and Ariando Ariando},
year={2022}
}
• Published 25 January 2022
• Physics
The superconducting infinite-layer nickelate family has risen as a promising platform for revealing the mechanism of high-temperature superconductivity. However, its challenging material synthesis has obscured effort in understanding the nature of its ground state and low-lying excitations, which is a prerequisite for identifying the origin of the Cooper pairing in high temperature superconductors. In particular, the superconducting gap symmetry of nickelates has hardly been investigated and…
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