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Quasi-one-dimensional structurization of hole excitations in the oxygen sublattice of CuO2 layers

  • A. V. Mitin
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Abstract

Experimental data indicate that the origin of pseudogap anomalies in cuprates is most likely due to self-organization of hole excitations in CuO2 layers. It is shown that simulation of the spectral characteristics of cuprates (peak-dip-hump structure) with allowance for the formation of bosonic stripes reproduces well the experimental data without using fitting parameters. Such agreement indicates the predominantly superconducting nature of the pseudogap state.

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Matter Mater Oxygen Sublattice CuO2 Layer Hole Excitation Pseudogap State 
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  • A. V. Mitin
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  1. 1.Kapitza Institute for Physical ProblemsRussian Academy of SciencesMoscowRussia

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