Change of carrier density at the pseudogap critical point of high temperature superconductors

Research Brief Quantum Materials 24.08.2016

This study aimed at exploring the nature of the critical point of the pseudogap phase of copper-oxide hightemperature superconductors, in the limit close to absolute zero temperature accessed via the application of a very large magnetic field.

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