Imaginary Part of Infrared Conductivity: Comparison of s-and d-wave superconductor
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We calculate the product of frequency (ω) multiplied into the imaginary part of the optical conductivity σ2(ω). For an s-wave superconductor with impurity scattering, this function exhibits a large characteristic dip around twice the gap value while a d-wave superconductor shows smooth behaviour.
KeywordsFermi Surface Optical Conductivity Impurity Scattering Isotropic Part Matsubara Frequency
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