High Tc superconductors electronic structure: proceedings of the International Symposium on the Electronic Structure of High Tc Superconductors, Rome, 5-7 October 1988
There are many theories at present which attempt to explain the property of high-temperature superconductivity in the new breed of superconducting ceramics - however, the electronic structure of these materials is not yet fully understood. The 29 papers in this work present the results from the use of a wide range of spectroscopic techniques, such as Raman, nuclear magnetic resonance and photoemission, in investigating the electronic structure of the new cuprate perovskites.
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Temmerman G Y Guo Z Szotek and P J Durham
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amplitude annealing antiferromagnetic atoms band structure Bianconi binding energy Birgeneau bond Brillouin zone BSCCO calculations Cardona carriers ceramic charge transfer cluster component compounds configuration Cooper pairs copper core level correlation Coulomb coupling Cu-O Cu2+ Cu3+ CuO2 planes cuprates curves density diamagnetic doping effects electronic correlations electronic structure emission etal excitations experimental Fermi energy Fermi level fluctuations frequency Fujimori function high Tc superconductors holes hybridization increasing intensity interaction interface K-edge La2CuO4 lattice Lett magnetic field materials measured metal mode Niicker observed obtained optical orbitals orthorhombic oxides oxygen pairing peak phase phonon photoemission spectra photoemission spectroscopy photon energies Phys Physica plasmon polarized Pr 4f Raman resonance sample satellite scattering shift shown in Fig single crystals Solid State Commun spectroscopy spectrum spin stoichiometry studies superconducting symmetry temperature dependence tetragonal Thomsen transition valence band x-ray absorption XANES XPS spectra YBCO