alexa Layered Structure Model for Pairing Mechanism of Cupra
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Research Article

Layered Structure Model for Pairing Mechanism of Cuprate Superconductors

Brajraj Singh1, D. C. Gupta2, Y M Gupta3
Associate Professor, Faculty of Engineering and Technology, Mody Institute Of Technology and Science (A deemed university, exclusively for woman) Lakshmangarh –332311, India1
Associate Professor, SOS Physics, Jiwaji University, Gwalior-474011, India2 Director, Institute of Technology and Management, Gwalior, India3
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Abstract

During the course of present investigation, an effective two-dimensional dynamic interaction potential energy function has been developed to understand the pairing mechanism leading to high-TC superconductivity in copper-oxide superconductors. The present theoretical study has been carried out under perturbation approximation using Dyson diagrammatic formalism and the technique of Fourier transforms. The effective two-dimensional dynamic interaction potential energy function obtained by us is complex in nature from ab-initio. The calculations of coupling strength, Coulomb repulsive parameter and transition temperature for copper-oxide superconductors consisting of one Cu-O layer per unit cell are reported here. Our calculations show that the coupling between Cu-O conducting layers makes the effective potential energy function more attractive as well as less repulsive

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