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Abstract: When a continuous symmetry of a physical system is spontaneously broken, two types of collective modes typically emerge: the amplitude and phase modes of the order-parameter fluctuation. For superconductors, the amplitude mode is recently referred to as the ''Higgs mode'' as it is a...
Abstract: The physics of the pseudo-gap phase of high temperature cuprate superconductors has been an enduring mystery in the past thirty years. The ubiquitous presence of the pseudo-gap phase in under-doped cuprates suggests that its understanding holds a key in unraveling the origin of high...
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