The Gap Symmetry and Fluctuations in High-Tc Superconductors

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In September 1997 in Cargese, France, scientists gathered to compare experimental results and models now that the availability of single crystals allows high-precision experiments that are reproducible and reliable. Oddly enough, many did not agree, and some heated controversy ensued. They concentrate on new experimental effects on two scales: the anisotropy of superconductive gap, concerned with the microscopic pair coupling; and thermal fluctuations, including vortex melting, related to the quasi-two- dimensional structures studied. The models offered range from strong to weak electron correlations, with an unusual emphasis on the latter. The 29 papers cover theories and models, materials and applications, optical spectroscopy, magnetic properties, thermodynamic properties and fluctuations, and tunneling experiments. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.
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Introduction: Introduction to High Temperature Superconducting Oxides; D. Pavuna. Present Status of High-Tc Research; G. Deutscher. Theories and Models: Superconductivity in Cuprates, the Van Hove Scenario; A Review; J. Bok, J. Bouvier. The Isotope Effect and Pair Breaking in Cuprate Superconductors; V.Z. Kresin, et al. Materials and Applications: Current Research Issues for the Electron-Doped Cuprates; P. Fournier, et al. Superconductivity of Heavy-Electron Compounds: Comparison with Cuprates; H.-R. Ott. Optical Spectroscopies: Photoemission as a Probe of Superconductivity; G. Margaritondo. Electronic Structure and Doping in Cupratre Superconductors; M. Onellion. Magnetic Properties: Evidence for Gap Asymmetry and Spin Fluctuations from Nuclear Magnetic Resonance; S. Kraemer, M. Mehring. Thermodynamic Properties and Fluctuations: Magnetic Penetration Depths in Cuprates: A Short Review of Measurement Techniques and Results;W.N. Hardy, et al. Tunneling Experiments: Tunneling in High-Tc Superconducting Cuprates; J. Lesueur, et al. Concluding Remarks; J. Bok. 16 Additional Articles. Index.

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