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Toward a room temperature Schafroth superconductor based on charged excitonic complexes

@article{Sun2020TowardAR,
  title={Toward a room temperature Schafroth superconductor based on charged excitonic complexes},
  author={Zheng Sun and J. Beaumariage and Qingrui Cao and K. Watanabe and T. Taniguchi and B. Hunt and I. Bondarev and D. Snoke},
  journal={arXiv: Superconductivity},
  year={2020}
}
In 1954, Schafroth proposed a mechanism for superconductivity that is physically possible, but ended up not being the explanation of the well known BCS superconductors. The proposal argued correctly that a Bose condensate of charged bosons should also be a superconductor. In 1996, V.I. Yudson proposed a way to produce a charged boson by attaching two free charges to an exciton in a semiconductor, to make a "quaternion". While that state was never seen in III-V semiconductors, our calculations… Expand

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