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Possible mechanism of high temperature superconductivity

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Old 08-05-2006, 02:44 PM
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Default Possible mechanism of high temperature superconductivity



Although it is known regarding recent some high temperature
superconductors that the relation between isotope effect and critical
temperature is unclear and it suggests that the phonon may not have a
key role for the superconductivity on them, in the following site I
tried to explain the mechanism of high temperature superconductivity
with electron-phonon interaction having a spontaneous break of
symmetry, which shows the isotope effect different from that derived
from BCS theory.

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