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


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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