The Itinerancy and Interactions of the Linear Strings of Holes in Copper Oxide Superconductors
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Here I present a new model for the itinerancy of the strings of holes in the cuprate HTSC. The model assumes various scenarios with respect to the order of the holes hopping and evaluates the weighting parameters for the different scenarios. The new model still results in the aggregation of holes into strings, but yields a spectral distribution for the itinerancy rates of the strings. From this distribution, I infer a spectral distribution for the magnetic interaction between the strings, which suggests also a spectral distribution for the pseudogap parameter, and some relevant experimental functions. Apart from these distributions, the basic assumptions of former relevant theories remain intact. Such assumptions are the existence of the anti-ferromagnetic phases A and B, the basic structure of the pseudogap ground state, the excitation operators, and the field. The ground state and the field are basically divided into two bands, the gapless low-energy band and the high-energy band. Due to the wide distributions, the bands may be partially overlapped.
KeywordsHigh-temperature superconductors Strongly correlated electrons
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