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|Author(s):||David R. Penn; Marvin Cohen; V Crespi;|
|Title:||Inverse Isotope Effects and Models for High-Tc Superconductivity|
|Published:||January 01, 1993|
|Abstract:||A model for high-temperature superconductivity with a mass-independent electronic mechanism in conjunction with a moderate amount of electron-phonon coupling has previously been shown to be inconsistent with experimental constraints on Tc, the isotope effect exponent, and the electron-phonon coupling. The present work allows for an electronic mechanism with an inverse isotope effect. In this case, the model is consistent with the experimental constraints.|
|Citation:||Physical Review B (Condensed Matter and Materials Physics)|
|Pages:||pp. 5528 - 5530|
|Research Areas:||Condensed Matter Physics|