, Volume 26, Issue 3, pp 575-587

The Superconductivity of the Double Correlated Linear Aggregations of Holes in the Cuprates

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Abstract

Here, I extend my last work about the origin of the pseudogaps in underdoped cuprates (Dayan in arXiv:1011.3206 cond-mat, 2010) to include the mechanism of superconductivity. This is done by adapting the formalism of the double correlations in systems with nested Fermi surfaces to the semi one-dimensional system of strings of holes. It is proposed that magnetic interaction is crucial for the establishment of the pseudogap and the high temperature superconductivity. It is shown that superconductivity disturbs the completeness of the strings of holes, and creates fluctuations in them. This, in turn, reduces the magnetic interaction and the pseudogap order.