Bose-Einstein condensation driven superconductivity in HT c SC
We explore a scenario in which localized bi-polarons exchange with itinerant electrons and thus lead to a superfluid state of the bosonic bi-polarons which essentially control the superconductivity in such systems. Normal state properties of such a scenario discussed here in detail should be the testing ground of the validity of such a picture for highT c superconductors (HT c SC).
KeywordsOptical Conductivity Spectral Weight Itinerant Electron Superfluid State Normal State Property
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