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|Type:||Artigo de Periódico|
|Title:||Strong Correlations Generically Protect D-wave Superconductivity Against Disorder|
|Abstract:||We address the question of why strongly correlated d-wave superconductors, such as the cuprates, prove to be surprisingly robust against the introduction of nonmagnetic impurities. We show that, very generally, both the pair-breaking and the normal state transport scattering rates are significantly suppressed by strong correlations effects arising in the proximity to a Mott insulating state. We also show that the correlation-renormalized scattering amplitude is generically enhanced in the forward direction, an effect which was previously often ascribed to the specific scattering by charged impurities outside the copper-oxide planes.|
|Editor:||AMER PHYSICAL SOC|
|Citation:||Physical Review B. AMER PHYSICAL SOC, n. 93, n. 19, p. .|
|Appears in Collections:||Unicamp - Artigos e Outros Documentos|
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