Statistical Mechanics of Superconductivity

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Ebook: Models and Phenomenology for Conventional and High-temperature Superconductivity

Academic Year Share on Facebook. Dasgupta, Chandan Statistical mechanics of flux lines in oxide superconductors Physica A: Statistical Mechanics and its Applications, ISSN The structure of the unpinned vortex liquid in strongly anisotropic layered high-T c oxide superconductors in a magnetic field B perpendicular to the layer plane is investigated by using appropriate classical liquid-state theories.

The direct correlation function so obtained is used as input for a parameter-free, first-principles calculation of the liquid-to-Abrikosov-lattice transition boundary T f B within the framework of the density functional formalism. Similarly to a conventional finite-momentum paired state, the order parameter of the PDW state is a charge-2e field with finite momentum.

Statistical Mechanics of Superconductivity

However, the order parameter here is a quartic electron operator and conventional mean-field theory cannot be applied to study this state. This superconducting state is an exotic topological phase supporting Majorana fermions with finite-momentum pairing fields and charge-4e superconductivity.

In chapter 4 we provide a quasi-one-dimensional model which can support a PDW state. The model consists of an array of strongly-interacting one-dimensional systems, where the one-dimensional systems are coupled to each other by local interactions.

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In this quasi-1D regime we can treat the strong correlation physics essentially exactly using bosonization methods and the crossover to the 2D system by means of interchain MFT. The resulting critical temperatures of the SC phases generically exhibit a power-law scaling with the coupling constants of the array, instead of the essential singularity found in weak-coupling BCS-type theories.

Electronic excitations with an open Fermi surface, which emerge from the electronic Luttinger liquid systems below their crossover temperature to the Fermi liquid, are then coupled to the SC order parameters via the proximity effect.

From the Fermi surface thus coupled to the SC order parameters, we calculate the quasiparticle spectrum in detail. We show that the quasiparticle spectrum can be fully gapped or nodal in the uniform SC phase and also in the coexisting phase of the uniform SC and PDW parameters.

In the pure PDW state, the excitation spectrum has a reconstructed Fermi surface in the form of Fermi pockets of Bogoliubov quasiparticles.