k-Space Magnetism as the Origin of Superconductivity
AbstractThe nonadiabatic Heisenberg model presents a nonadiabatic mechanism generating Cooper pairs in narrow, roughly half-filled “superconducting bands” of special symmetry. Here, I show that this mechanism may be understood as the outcome of a special spin structure in the reciprocal space, hereinafter referred to as “k-space magnetism”. The presented picture permits a vivid depiction of this new mechanism highlighting the height similarity as well as the essential difference between the new nonadiabatic and the familiar Bardeen–Cooper–Schrieffer mechanism. View Full-Text
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Krüger, E. k-Space Magnetism as the Origin of Superconductivity. Symmetry 2018, 10, 259.
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Krüger, Ekkehard. 2018. "k-Space Magnetism as the Origin of Superconductivity." Symmetry 10, no. 7: 259.
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