Stripe phases in high-temperature superconductors.


Stripe phases are predicted and observed to occur in a class of strongly correlated materials describable as doped antiferromagnets, of which the copper-oxide superconductors are the most prominent representatives. The existence of stripe correlations necessitates the development of new principles for describing charge transport and especially superconductivity in these materials.

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@article{Emery1999StripePI, title={Stripe phases in high-temperature superconductors.}, author={Victor Emery and Steven Allan Kivelson and John M. Tranquada}, journal={Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America}, year={1999}, volume={96 16}, pages={8814-7} }