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1.1 Normal-state Boltzmann kinetics
1.2 London theory
1.3 Flux quantization
1.4 Ogg’s pairs
1.5 Pippard and London superconductors
1.6 Ginzburg–Landau theory
1.6.1 Basic equations
1.6.2 Surface energy and thermodynamic critical field
1.6.3 Single vortex and lower critical field
1.6.4 Upper critical field
1.6.5 Vortex lattice
1.6.6 Critical current
1.7 Josephson tunnelling
Weak coupling theory
2.1 BCS Hamiltonian
2.2 Ground state and excitations
2.3 Meissner–Ochsenfeld effect
2.4 BCS gap, critical temperature and single-electron tunnelling
2.5 Isotope effect
2.6 Heat capacity
2.7 Sound attenuation
2.8 Nuclear spin relaxation rate
2.9 Thermal conductivity
2.10 Unconventional Cooper pairing
2.11 Bogoliubov equations
2.12 Landau criterion and gapless superconductivity
2.13 Andreev reflection
2.14 Green’s function formulation of the BCS theory, T =0
2.15 Green’s functions of the BCS superconductor at finite temperatures
2.16 Microscopic derivation of the Ginzburg–Landau equations
Intermediate-coupling theory
3.1 Electron–phonon interaction
3.2 Phonons in metal
3.3 Electrons in metal
3.4 Eliashberg equations
3.5 Coulomb pseudopotential
3.6 Cooper pairing of repulsive fermions
Strong-coupling theory
4.3.2 Damping of the polaron band
4.3.3 Small Holstein polaron and small Fr¨ohlich polaron
4.3.4 Polaron spectral and Green’s functions
4.4 Polaron-polaron interaction and bipolaron
4.5 Polaronic superconductivity
4.6 Mobile small bipolarons
4.6.1 On-site bipolarons and bipolaronic Hamiltonian
4.6.2 Inter-site bipolaron in the chain model
4.6.3 Superlight inter-site bipolarons
4.7 Bipolaronic superconductivity
4.7.1 Bipolarons and a charged Bose gas
4.7.2 Bogoliubov equations in the strong-coupling regime
4.7.3 Excitation spectrum and ground-state energy
4.7.4 Mixture of two Bose condensates
4.7.5 Critical temperature and isotope effect
4.7.6 Magnetic field expulsion
4.7.7 Charged vortex and lower critical field
4.7.8 Upper critical field in the strong-coupling regime
4.7.9 Symmetry of the order parameter
APPLICATIONS TO HIGH-Tc SUPERCONDUCTORS
Competing interactions in unconventional superconductors
5.1 High-Tc superconductors: different concepts
5.2 Band structure and essential interactions in cuprates
5.3 Low Fermi energy: pairing is individual in many cuprates
5.4 Bipolaron bands in high-Tc perovskites
5.4.1 Apex bipolarons
5.4.2 In-plane bipolarons
5.5 Bipolaron model of cuprates
Normal state of cuprates
6.1 In-plane resistivity and Hall ratio
6.2 Normal-state resistivity below Tc
6.3 Lorenz number: evidence for bipolarons
6.6 Infrared conductivity
Superconducting transition
7.1 Parameter-free description of Tc
7.2 Isotope effect on Tc and on supercarrier mass
7.3 Specific heat anomaly
7.4 Universal upper critical field of unconventional superconductors
Superconducting state of cuprates
8.1 Low-temperature penetration depth
8.2 SIN tunnelling and Andreev reflection
8.3 SIS tunnelling
8.4 ARPES
8.4.1 Photocurrent
8.4.3 Exact spectral function of a one-dimensional hole
8.4.4 ARPES in Y124 and Y123
8.5 Sharp increase of the quasi-particle lifetime below Tc
8.6 Symmetry of the order parameter and stripes
Conclusion
Bloch states
A.1 Bloch theorem
A.2 Effective mass approximation
A.3 Tight-binding approximation
Quantum statistics and Boltzmann kinetics
B.1 Grand partition function
B.2 Fermi–Dirac and Bose–Einstein distribution functions
B.3 Ideal Fermi gas
B.3.1 Fermi energy
B.3.2 Specific heat
B.4 Ideal Bose gas
B.4.1 Bose–Einstein condensation temperature
B.4.2 Third-order phase transition
B.5 Boltzmann equation
Second quantization
C.1 Slater determinant
C.2 Annihilation and creation operators
C.3 -operators
Analytical properties of one-particle Green’s functions
Canonical transformation
References
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grad Theory of Superconductivity From Weak to Strong Coupling

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