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|Title:||Effect of reduction in the density of states on fluctuation conductivity in Bi2Sr2CaCu2O8+x single crystals|
|Keywords:||High Temperature Superconductor|
Semiconducting Bismuth Compounds
|Citation:||Physica C: Superconductivity 319(3-4), 150-158|
|Abstract:||The in-plane (ρab) and out-of-plane (ρc) resistivities of BSCCO single crystals have been measured by six terminals technique. The ρab and ρc are well described by the fluctuation theory developed by Dorin et al. The main effect of these fluctuations is to cause a reduction in the quasi-particle density of states (DOS), leading to a negative contribution in the fluctuation conductivity Lawrence–Doniach (LD) and Maki–Thompson (MT) contributions. We have analyzed paraconductivity by adding this DOS contribution to LD and MT contributions. The analysis shows that approaches based on the conventional LD model alone cannot explain the paraconductivity along ab-plane and c-axis, even when the MT contribution is included.|
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