From charge- and spin-ordering to superconductivity in the organic charge-transfer solids

19 Sep 2018 Clay R. T. Mazumdar S.

We review recent progress in understanding the different spatial broken symmetries that occur in the normal states of the family of charge-transfer solids (CTS) that exhibit superconductivity (SC), and discuss how this knowledge gives insight to the mechanism of the unconventional SC in these systems. We show that a unified theory of the diverse broken symmetry states necessarily requires explicit incorporation of strong electron-electron interactions and lattice discreteness, and most importantly, the correct bandfilling of one-quarter... (read more)

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  • SUPERCONDUCTIVITY
  • STRONGLY CORRELATED ELECTRONS