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Incoherent interlayer electron hopping as a possible reason for enhanced magnetic quantum oscillations in the mixed state of a layered organic superconductor
Gvozdikov, V. M.; Wosnitza, J.;
We present a theory which is able to explain enhanced magnetic quantum-oscillation amplitudes in the superconducting state of a layered organic metal with incoherent electronic transport across the layers. The incoherence acts through the deformation of the layer-stacking factor which becomes complex and decreases the total scattering rate in the mixed state. This novel mechanism restores the coherence by establishing a long-range order across the layers and can compensate the usual decrease of the Dingle factor below the upper critical magnetic field caused by the intralayer scattering.
  • Low Temperature Physics 32(2006), 152-157

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