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Charge ordering in superconducting copper oxides.

  • Author(s): Frano, Alex;
  • Blanco-Canosa, Santiago;
  • Keimer, Bernhard;
  • Birgeneau, Robert J
  • et al.

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http://10.0.4.64/1361-648X/ab6140
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Abstract

Charge order has recently been identified as a leading competitor of high-temperature superconductivity in moderately doped cuprates. We provide a survey of universal and materials-specific aspects of this phenomenon, with emphasis on results obtained by scattering methods. In particular, we discuss the structure, periodicity, and stability range of the charge-ordered state, its response to various external perturbations, the influence of disorder, the coexistence and competition with superconductivity, as well as collective charge dynamics. In the context of this journal issue which honors Roger Cowley's legacy, we also discuss the connection of charge ordering with lattice vibrations and the central-peak phenomenon. We end the review with an outlook on research opportunities offered by new synthesis methods and experimental platforms, including cuprate thin films and superlattices.

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