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DATE

2007-12

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P. Monthoux, D. Pines, G. G. Lonzarich

ABSTRACT

Who needs phonons?The 'classic' form of superconductivity was finally explained by the Nobel-winning BCS (Bardeen-Cooper-Schrieffer) theory in the 1950s, as a superfluid of electron pairs interacting via the exchange of phonons. That done, theorists asked if the deformable lattice provided by phonons was essential for superconductivity. It wasn't, as shown by the subsequent discovery of a series of 'unconventional' superconductors. In a Review Article, Phillipe Monthoux, David Pines and Gilbert Lonzarich present a restatement of the magnetic interaction model that is emerging as a powerful framework for interpreting superconductivity without phonons. More... »

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1177-1183

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