Condensed Matter

   

Mechanism of High Temperature Superconductivity the BCS Theory and a New Electron Pairing Medium

Authors: Tiege Zhou

High temperature superconductivity, BCS theory and the mechanism of high temperature superconductivity are introduced. The author proposed, for the first time, the change of the electron cloud ions can be used as a new medium for electron pairing. Calculation results are given. The results show that the frequency of the change of the electron cloud is close to (and higher than at normal pressures) the frequency of the lattice vibration. It is possible to explain the phenomenon of high temperature superconductivity by using the change of electron cloud instead of lattice vibration.

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[v1] 2019-11-21 17:20:43

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