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Theory of Copper Oxide Superconductors

by Hiroshi Kamimura

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Published by Springer .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Mathematics and Science,
  • Semi-conductors & super-conductors,
  • Superconductors & Superconductivity,
  • Physics,
  • Technology,
  • Science,
  • Science/Mathematics,
  • Technology / Superconductors & Superconductivity,
  • Copper oxide semiconductors,
  • High temperature superconductivity,
  • High temperature superconductors

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages214
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9055409M
    ISBN 103540251898
    ISBN 109783540251897

    Home > Books > Superconductivity - Theory and Applications. Downloaded: chapter and author info. Author. Copper oxide superconductors are the most important high-T c superconductors. The discovery of a room temperature superconductor should trigger a great technological revolution. We also discuss the possibility of room Author: Adir Moyses Luiz. Sketching the Theory of Copper Oxide High Temperature Superconductivity Moshe Dayan Department of Physics, Ben-Gurion University, Beer-Sheva , Israel. Abstract The role of the anti-bonding state in the electron correlations in Copper oxide HTSC is analyzed. Then the t-J Hamiltonian is used to establish the formation of.

    Abstract The equations for the magnon pairing theory of high-temperature copper-oxide-based superconductors are solved and used to calculate several properties, leading to results for specific heat and critical magnetic fields consistent with experimental by: A collection of various ceramics containing barium-copper-oxide have much higher critical temperatures for the transition into a superconducting state. Superconducting materials that belong to this subcategory of the Type II superconductors are often categorized as high-temperature superconductors. Introduction to BCS Theory.

    BEC is possible in oxide superconductors, it is sufficient to calculate the order of magnitude of the critical temperature T c using Equation (2). According to Table 1 in the reference (De Jongh, ), in a p-type copper oxide superconductor, a typical order of magnitude of the carrier density is given by n = 10 21/cm 3. Considering an.   Lee and Davis propose that this “antiferromagnetic” interaction is the universal cause not only for superconductivity but also for all the observed intertwined ordering. They show how their “unified” theory can predict the phenomena observed in copper-based, iron .


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Theory of Copper Oxide Superconductors by Hiroshi Kamimura Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Kamimura- 2 2 3 8 Suwa model, which was originally developed inis a theory of these real copper oxide superconducting materials. Since undoped La CuO is a 2 4 Mott-Hubbard antiferromagnetic insulator, its electronic structure can not beexplained bytheordinaryone-electron by: This is an advanced textbook for graduate students and researchers wishing to learn about high temperature superconductivity in copper oxides, in particular the Kamimura-Suwa (K-S) model.

Because a number of models have been proposed since the discovery of high temperature superconductivity by Bednorz and Müller inthe book first explains briefly the historical.

This is an advanced textbook for graduate students and researchers wishing to learn about high temperature superconductivity in copper oxides, in particular the Kamimura-Suwa (K-S) model.

Because a number of models have been proposed since the discovery of high temperature superconductivity by. Theory of Copper Oxide Superconductors | Hiroshi Kamimura, Hideki Ushio, Shunichi Matsuno, Tsuyoshi Hamada | download | B–OK. Download books for free. Find books. A survey of recent experimental results on copper oxide superconductors with transition temperatures from 30$ K to above $ K.

Addresses the BCS theory, the electron-phonon interaction mechanism, and new theoretical models. Discusses sample preparation, and compares the copper oxide superconductors with transition metal and other by: Theory of Copper Oxide Superconductors: ISBN Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg, Publication Date: 00/ Bibliographic Code: .K: Abstract Not Available Bibtex entry for this abstract Preferred format for this abstract.

Preface The objective of this book is to provide an up-to-date comprehensive descrip-tion of the Kamimura–Suwa model, which is the first of the present repre-sentative two-comp.

Description: This book describes the physics of superconductivity and superfluidity, macroscopic quantum phenomena found in many conductors at low temperatures and in liquid helium 4 and helium 3. In the first part of the book the author presents the mean field theory. Up to now, all of the families of high-T c copper oxide superconductors have contained two-dimensional sheets of Cu–O pyramids or octahedra, and the carriers of Author: Shin-Ichi Uchida.

The first “high temperature” superconductors — those that superconduct above degrees Celsius — were discovered in the s. These were made of yttrium barium copper oxide, a ceramic material with a critical temperature of around degrees C. This book presents a survey of recent experimental results on copper oxide superconductors with transition temperatures from 30{sup 0}{Kappa} to above {sup 0}{Kappa}.

It addresses the BCS theory, the electron-phonon interaction mechanism, and new theoretical models. Theory of lanthanum copper oxide (LSCO) superconductors. Author links open overlay panel Hiroshi Kamimura a Hideki Abstract. It is shown that the anti-Jahn–Teller (JT) effect leads to a two-component theory of “the K–S model” and that the K–S model plays an important role in determining the electronic and superconducting Author: Hiroshi Kamimura, Hideki Ushio, Shunichi Matsuno.

Introduction. In Bednorz and Müller discovered high temperature superconductivity by predicting that the JT distortion plays an important role in lanthanum copper oxides so that the electron–lattice interactions are very strong in this paper we will show the important role of anti-JT effect in cuprates, and prove that their prediction is correct : Hiroshi Kamimura, Hideki Ushio, Shunichi Matsuno.

Research on “Theory of Copper Oxide Superconductors” Abstract Whole results of the above research by Hiroshi Kamimura’s group has been published in the book entitled “Theory of Copper Oxide Superconductors” by Hiroshi Kamimura, Hideki Ushio, Shunichi Matsuno and Tsuyoshi Hamada by Springer, Heidelberg, Germany in May of Theory of copper oxide superconductors.

[Hiroshi Kamimura;] -- "This is an advanced textbook for graduate students and researchers wishing to learn about high temperature superconductivity in copper oxides, in particular the Kamimura-Suwa (K-S) model.

Superconductivity is one of the most mysterious phenomena in nature in that the materials can conduct electrical current without any resistance.

The cuprates hold the record high superconducting temperature at room pressure so far, but understanding their superconducting mechanism remains one of the big challenges. Here, we report high- T c superconductivity in Cited by:   This is compelling evidence for the breakdown of Fermi-liquid theory in high-temperature superconductors.

Breakdown of Fermi-liquid theory in a copper-oxide superconductor Skip to Cited by: You can write a book review and share your experiences. Other readers will always be interested in your opinion of the books you've read.

Whether you've loved the book or not, if you give your honest and detailed thoughts then people will find new books that are right for g: Copper Oxide. Cuprates are layered materials, consisting of superconducting layers of copper oxide, separated by spacer layers.

Cuprates generally have a structure close to that of a two-dimensional material. Their superconducting properties are determined by electrons moving within weakly coupled copper-oxide. Superconductivity: A Very Short Introduction () by Stephen J Blundell is a really fine history and introduction to superconductivity.

The author is a professor of Physics at Oxford who has also written a number of physics textbooks. It's great to see someone who can explain things so well at many different levels.4/5. The nature of superconductivity in simple metals is well understood, but standard theory fails to explain key properties of the high-temperature copper-oxide superconductors.

Inelastic neutron Cited by: A survey of recent experimental results on copper oxide superconductors with transition temperatures from 30? K to above ?

K. Addresses the BCS theory, the electron-phonon interaction mechanism, and new theoretical models. Discusses sample preparation, and compares the copper oxide superconductors with transition metal and other superconductors.The mechanism by which two negatively charged electrons are bound together is still controversial in "modern" superconducting systems such as the copper oxides or alkali metal fullerides, but well understood in conventional superconductors such as aluminium in terms of the mathematically complex BCS (Bardeen Cooper Schrieffer) theory.