Kumar, N (1993) Two-Fermi liquid model for high Tc superconductivity involving suppression of tunnelling by decoherence. In: Current Science (Bangalore), 64 (10). pp. 754-755.
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We consider a model system of two interacting Fermi-liquids, one of which is light and the other much heavier. In the normal state the lighter component provides a quantum mechanical bath coupled 'ohmically' to the heavier component in the sense of Caldeira and Leggett, suppressing thereby the band (tunnelling) matrix elements of the heavier component. Thus we lose the energy of delocalization. On the other hand, a superconducting ordering stiffens the bath spectral function at low energies and so restores the tunnelling. The resulting regain of the delocalization energy bootstraps so as to stabilize the superconducting order that caused it. It is conceivable that the motions parallel to the easy ab-plane and along the hard c-axis may also effectively correspond to the light and the heavy Fermi-liquids, respectively.
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|Department/Centre:||Division of Physical & Mathematical Sciences > Physics|
|Date Deposited:||31 Jan 2011 07:15|
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