TY - JOUR

T1 - For and 4 under hydrostatic pressure

AU - Cao, Y.

AU - Du, Z.

AU - Xue, Y.

AU - Chu, C.

N1 - Copyright:
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PY - 2000

Y1 - 2000

N2 - The hydrostatic pressure effects on the superconducting transition temperatures (Formula presented) of the oxycarbonate cuprates (Formula presented) have been determined for (Formula presented) and 4 with different dopings of (Formula presented)’s. We found that, similar to (Formula presented) depends strongly on x for (Cu, C)-1223 and increases from (Formula presented) to (Formula presented) as x decreases and the compound changes from overdoped to nearly optimally doped, consistent with the prediction of the phenomenological model on the pressure effect on (Formula presented) In contrast to the prediction, (Formula presented) depends only slightly on x for (Cu, C)-1234 and decreases from (Formula presented) to (Formula presented) as x decreases from nearly optimally doped to underdoped. The (Formula presented) difference is attributed to the possible different electronic contribution of the CuO chains in the two compounds, as implied by the distinct temperature dependences of their thermoelectric power.

AB - The hydrostatic pressure effects on the superconducting transition temperatures (Formula presented) of the oxycarbonate cuprates (Formula presented) have been determined for (Formula presented) and 4 with different dopings of (Formula presented)’s. We found that, similar to (Formula presented) depends strongly on x for (Cu, C)-1223 and increases from (Formula presented) to (Formula presented) as x decreases and the compound changes from overdoped to nearly optimally doped, consistent with the prediction of the phenomenological model on the pressure effect on (Formula presented) In contrast to the prediction, (Formula presented) depends only slightly on x for (Cu, C)-1234 and decreases from (Formula presented) to (Formula presented) as x decreases from nearly optimally doped to underdoped. The (Formula presented) difference is attributed to the possible different electronic contribution of the CuO chains in the two compounds, as implied by the distinct temperature dependences of their thermoelectric power.

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U2 - 10.1103/PhysRevB.61.6408

DO - 10.1103/PhysRevB.61.6408

M3 - Article

AN - SCOPUS:1642300439

VL - 61

SP - 6408

EP - 6412

JO - Physical Review B-Condensed Matter

JF - Physical Review B-Condensed Matter

SN - 1098-0121

IS - 9

ER -