Sketching the Theory of Copper Oxide High Temperature Superconductivity
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The role of the antibonding state in the electron correlations in copper oxide HTSC is analyzed. Then the t-J Hamiltonian is used to establish the formation of the charge stripes in underdoped oxides. It is proposed that these stripes make up the boundaries between the two degenerate antiferromagnetic (AFM) states, and that they are a key factor in switching between these states. We also provide a theoretical expression to the charge driven AFM magnons that have been observed by Neutron scattering experiments. Finally, the double correlation theory is applied to the stripe phase of holes to result in the superconductive gap and in the “pseudogap.”
KeywordsHigh temperature superconductivity
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