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Charge order driven by Fermi-arc instability in [Bi.sub.2][Sr.sub.2-x][La.sub.x]Cu[O.sub.6+[delta]].(REPORTS)(Report)(Author abstract)

The understanding of the origin of superconductivity in cuprates has been hindered by the apparent diversity of intertwining electronic orders in these materials. We combined resonant x-ray scattering (REXS), scanning-tunneling microscopy (STM), and angle-resolved photoemission spectroscopy (ARPES)... Full description

Journal Title: Science Jan 24, 2014, Vol.343(6169), p.390(3)
Main Author: Comin, R.
Other Authors: Frano, A. , Yee, M. M. , Yoshida, Y. , Eisaki, H. , Schierle, E. , Weschke, E. , Sutarto, R. , He, F. , Soumyanarayanan, A. , He, Yang , Tacon, M. Le , Elfimov, I. S. , Hoffman, Jennifer E. , Sawatzky, G. A. , Keimer, B. , Damascelli, A.
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title: Charge order driven by Fermi-arc instability in [Bi.sub.2][Sr.sub.2-x][La.sub.x]Cu[O.sub.6+[delta]].(REPORTS)(Report)(Author abstract)
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  • Comin, R.
  • Frano, A.
  • Yee, M. M.
  • Yoshida, Y.
  • Eisaki, H.
  • Schierle, E.
  • Weschke, E.
  • Sutarto, R.
  • He, F.
  • Soumyanarayanan, A.
  • He, Yang
  • Tacon, M. Le
  • Elfimov, I. S.
  • Hoffman, Jennifer E.
  • Sawatzky, G. A.
  • Keimer, B.
  • Damascelli, A.
subjects:
  • Emission Spectroscopy -- Methods
  • Fermi Surfaces -- Properties
  • Scanning Tunneling Microscopy -- Methods
  • Scattering (Physics) -- Methods
  • Superconductivity -- Research
ispartof: Science, Jan 24, 2014, Vol.343(6169), p.390(3)
description: The understanding of the origin of superconductivity in cuprates has been hindered by the apparent diversity of intertwining electronic orders in these materials. We combined resonant x-ray scattering (REXS), scanning-tunneling microscopy (STM), and angle-resolved photoemission spectroscopy (ARPES) to observe a charge order that appears consistently in surface and bulk, and in momentum and real space within one cuprate family, [Bi.sub.2][Sr.sub.2-x][La.sub.x]Cu[O.sub.6+[delta]]. The observed wave vectors rule out simple antinodal nesting in the single-particle limit but match well with a phenomenological model of a many-body instability of the Fermi arcs. Combined with earlier observations of electronic order in other cuprate families, these findings suggest the existence of a generic charge-ordered state in underdoped cuprates and uncover its intimate connection to the pseudogap regime. 10.1126/science.1242996
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titleCharge order driven by Fermi-arc instability in [Bi.sub.2][Sr.sub.2-x][La.sub.x]Cu[O.sub.6+[delta]].(REPORTS)(Report)(Author abstract)
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descriptionThe understanding of the origin of superconductivity in cuprates has been hindered by the apparent diversity of intertwining electronic orders in these materials. We combined resonant x-ray scattering (REXS), scanning-tunneling microscopy (STM), and angle-resolved photoemission spectroscopy (ARPES) to observe a charge order that appears consistently in surface and bulk, and in momentum and real space within one cuprate family, [Bi.sub.2][Sr.sub.2-x][La.sub.x]Cu[O.sub.6+[delta]]. The observed wave vectors rule out simple antinodal nesting in the single-particle limit but match well with a phenomenological model of a many-body instability of the Fermi arcs. Combined with earlier observations of electronic order in other cuprate families, these findings suggest the existence of a generic charge-ordered state in underdoped cuprates and uncover its intimate connection to the pseudogap regime. 10.1126/science.1242996
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abstractThe understanding of the origin of superconductivity in cuprates has been hindered by the apparent diversity of intertwining electronic orders in these materials. We combined resonant x-ray scattering (REXS), scanning-tunneling microscopy (STM), and angle-resolved photoemission spectroscopy (ARPES) to observe a charge order that appears consistently in surface and bulk, and in momentum and real space within one cuprate family, [Bi.sub.2][Sr.sub.2-x][La.sub.x]Cu[O.sub.6+[delta]]. The observed wave vectors rule out simple antinodal nesting in the single-particle limit but match well with a phenomenological model of a many-body instability of the Fermi arcs. Combined with earlier observations of electronic order in other cuprate families, these findings suggest the existence of a generic charge-ordered state in underdoped cuprates and uncover its intimate connection to the pseudogap regime. 10.1126/science.1242996
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