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SCIENCE-ADVISOR - review - "Why always the same story?..." review 05090020 (1 reader)    * Rate this comment.
Article reference: The Physics Behind High-Temperature Superconducting Cuprates: The "Plain Vanilla" Version Of RVB.
Review title: Why always the same story?
Reviewer: reviewer20
Date: 23 September 2005 at 14:16 GMT.
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Comment: The authors claims that they can explain the pseudogap phase using their simple theory. I see two problems: they have NO quantitative results, just assumptions, and second, if they only propose a mean-field theory. I hardly believe that a zero temperature theory can be extended at 300 K or 500 K in the pseudogap phase.
The most significant critic has been pointed out in this paper
Indeed, the authors seems to ignore the experimental phase diagram that has been obtained by many groups: there are two transitions lines in the pseudogap phase, one is T* the transition for the pseudogap itself, and the second one is the transition T' which is believe to be a vortex transition or the point where phases start to be correlated.

important: 1,    broad interest: 1,    readable: 2,    new: 1,    correct: 1,   Global: 1.5
Article rating: 1.25/5
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