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Condensation Energy and High Tc Superconductivity
D. van der Marel ; A.J. Leggett ; J.W. Loram ; J.R. Kirtley ;
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Date 28 Aug 2002
Journal Physical Review B 66, Rapid Communications, 140501R (2002)
Subject Strongly Correlated Electrons | cond-mat.str-el
AbstractFrom an analysis of the specific heat of one of the cuprate superconductors it is shown, that even if a large part of the experimental specific heat associated with the superconducting phase transition is due to fluctuations, this part must be counted when one tries to extract the condensation energy from the data. Previous work by Chakravarty, Kee and Abrahams, where the fluctuation part was subtracted, has resulted in an incorrect estimation of the condensation energy.
Source arXiv, cond-mat/0208545
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Review title: On the contributions to high Tc specific heat
Reviewer: reviewer20
Date: 29 September 2005 at 15:27 GMT.
Comment: The authors extract the critical or singular contribution from the specific heat by substracting a BCS like contribution to the measured spe [...]

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