P. A. Marchetti, F. Ye, Z. B. Su, L. Yu. Non-bcs superconductivity for underdoped cuprates by spin-vortex attraction

Natural Sciences / Physics / Condensed Matter Physics

Submitted on: Oct 10, 2012, 18:36:04

Description: Within a gauge approach to the t-J model, we propose a new, non-BCS mechanism of superconductivity for underdoped cuprates. The gluing force of the superconducting mechanism is an attraction between spin vortices on two different N'eel sublattices, centered around the empty sites described in terms of fermionic holons. Due to the no-double occupation constraint, there is a gauge attraction between holon and spinon binding them into a physical hole. Through gauge interaction the spin vortex attraction induces the formation of spin-singlet (RVB) spin pairs with a owering of the spinon gap. Lowering the temperature the approach exhibits two crossover temperatures: at the higher crossover a finite density of incoherent holon pairs are formed leading to a reduction of the hole spectral weight, at the lower crossover also a finite density of incoherent spinon RVB pairs are formed, giving rise to a gas of incoherent preformed hole pairs, and magnetic vortices appear in the plasma phase. *** Article was published in arXiv.org (1102.4221) and "Journal of Physics and Chemistry of Solids" 72 (2011) 337 ***

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