HebelSlichterPeak

HebelSlichterPeak - N(E) E N(E) E d s The absence of...

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Hebel-Slicther Coherence Peak L. C. Hebel and C. P. Slichter, Phys. Rev. 113 , 1504 (1959). Type II Coherence Effects 1/T 1 Temperature T c Y. Masuda and A. G. Redfield Phys. Rev. 125 , 159 (1962)
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Absence of Type II Coherence Effects in Cuprates Y. Kitaoka, et al ., J. Phys. Soc. Japan 57 , 30 (1988) K. Holczer, et al ., Phys. Rev. Lett. 67 , 152 (1991) Reasons for absence of coherence effects in high-T c cuprates Gap anisotropy Spin fluctuations (not QPs) dominate spin relaxation Clean limit electrodynamics (suppresses “coherence peak”)
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Unformatted text preview: N(E) E N(E) E d s The absence of coherence effects does not rule out a BCS-like description of the cuprates R. E. Glover and M. Tinkham, Phys. Rev. 104 , 844 (1956) D. M. Ginsburg and M. Tinkham, Phys. Rev. 118 , 990 (1960) Type II Coherence Effects L. H. Palmer and M. Tinkham, Phys. Rev. 165, 588 (1968) Type I Coherence Effects Ultrasonic Attenuation R. W. Morse and H. V. Bohm, Phys. Rev. 108 , 1094 (1957)...
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