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Exploring quasiparticles in high-Tc cuprates through photoemission, tunneling, and x-ray scattering experiments

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Exploring quasiparticles in high-Tc cuprates through photoemission, tunneling, and x-ray scattering experiments
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2015
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One of the key challenges in the field of high-temperature superconductivity is understanding the nature of fermionic quasiparticles. Experiments consistently demonstrate the existence of a second energy scale, distinct from the d-wave superconducting gap, that persists above the transition temperature into the 'pseudogap' phase. One common class of models relates this energy scale to the quasiparticle gap due to a competing order, such as the incommensurate 'checkerboard' order observed in scanning tunneling microscopy (STM) and resonant elastic x-ray scattering (REXS). We develop a minimal phenomenological model that allows us to quantitatively describe STM and REXS experiments and discuss their relation with photoemission spectroscopy. Experimental signatures of the incommensurate order are explained in terms of scattering of short-lived quasiparticles from local impurities. We identify the unknown second energy scale with the inverse lifetime of the quasiparticles, refocusing questions about the nature of the pseudogap phase to the study of the origin of inelastic scattering.
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you these results came out as a surprise for us as well we were working on a phenomenological model that gives a good description of as the experiment and then we found that the same model will describe several other spectroscopic probes as well like offers an excellent Our model is actually very simple it describes the scattering of electrons from local impurities you see that is an
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honestly we don't really know the answer to this question for us this is the major problem that future experiments we need to clarify from the political side there are several possible answers on the market for example the short lifetime of was it not because it will be caused by phase fluctuations in the we find an interesting relation between quasiparticles lifetime and the critical temperature which is probably related to the amount of this questions about effects for example different competing word there could also be relevant we should follow the ball back to the experiments thank you for your attention and enjoy the leading
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