Spin fluctuations in cuprates as the key to high Tc
- Conference date: 12-16 September 2005
- Location: Peyresq (France)
Spin fluctuations represent the lowest established energy scale in cuprates and are crucial for the understanding of anomalous normal state properties and superconductivity in these materials. The memory‐function approach to the spin response in the t‐J model is described. Combined with numerical results for small systems it is able to explain the anomalous scaling at low doping and the crossover to the Fermi‐liquid‐like behavior in overdoped systems. Within the superconducting phase the theory reproduces the resonant peak and its peculiar double dispersion. Such spin fluctuations are then used as the input for the theory of superconductivity within the t‐J model, where we show that an important role is played also by the next‐nearest‐neighbour hopping parameter t′.
- Superconductivity models
- Classical spin models
- Materials properties
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