” Pseudogap” State of Novel Superconductors: Energy Scales and Structural and Diamagnetic Transitions. Kresin, V. Z.; Wolf, S. A.; and Ovchinnikov, Y. N. Journal of Superconductivity, 17(5):669–672, 2004.
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High Tc cuprates are characterized by three characteristic energy scales: Tc, T*c, and T*. The lowest scale, Tc, corresponds to the usual transition to the dissipationless state (R=0) with a macroscopic phase coherence. The higher energy scale, T*c, describes the diamagnetic transition. The region T*c>T>Tc is characterized by the presence of superconducting regions embedded in a normal metallic matrix. The highest energy scale (T*) corresponds to the formation of the structure, phase separation, and to the opening of the CDW gap.
@article{kresin__2004,
	title = {” {Pseudogap}” {State} of {Novel} {Superconductors}: {Energy} {Scales} and {Structural} and {Diamagnetic} {Transitions}},
	volume = {17},
	issn = {0896-1107},
	url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s10948-004-0779-7},
	doi = {10.1007/s10948-004-0779-7},
	abstract = {High Tc cuprates are characterized by three characteristic energy scales: Tc, T*c, and T*. The lowest scale, Tc, corresponds to the usual transition to the dissipationless state (R=0) with a macroscopic phase coherence. The higher energy scale, T*c, describes the diamagnetic transition. The region T*c\>T\>Tc is characterized by the presence of superconducting regions embedded in a normal metallic matrix. The highest energy scale (T*) corresponds to the formation of the structure, phase separation, and to the opening of the CDW gap.},
	number = {5},
	journal = {Journal of Superconductivity},
	author = {Kresin, Vladimir Z. and Wolf, Stuart A. and Ovchinnikov, Yuri N.},
	year = {2004},
	pages = {669--672}
}
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