Universal linear-temperature resistivity: possible quantum diffusion transport in strongly correlated superconductors

Abstract

The strongly correlated electron fluids in high temperature cuprate superconductors demonstrate an anomalous linear temperature (T) dependent resistivity behavior, which persists to a wide temperature range without exhibiting saturation. As cooling down, those electron fluids lose the resistivity and condense into the superfluid. However, the origin of the… (More)
DOI: 10.1038/s41598-017-09792-z

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