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24.03.2006

Journal of Physics and Chemistry of Solids
Volume 67, Issues 1-3 , January-March 2006, Pages 21-26

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doi:10.1016/j.jpcs.2005.10.011    How to Cite or Link Using DOI (Opens New Window)  
Copyright © 2005 Published by Elsevier Ltd.


The fundamental role of charge asymmetry in superconductivity


J.E. HirschCorresponding Author Contact Information, E-mail The Corresponding Author

Department of Physics, University of California, 9500 Gilman Drive, San Diego, La Jolla, CA 92093-0319, USA

Available online 30 November 2005.




Abstract


Neither BCS theory nor London theory contain any charge asymmetry. However, it is an experimental fact that a rotating superconductor always exhibits a magnetic field parallel, never antiparallel, to its angular velocity. This and several other experimental observations point to a special role of charge asymmetry in superconductivity, which is the foundation of the theory of hole superconductivity. The theory describes heavy dressed positive hole carriers in the normal state that undress by pairing and become light undressed negative electron carriers in the superconducting state. Superconductivity is driven by kinetic energy lowering rather than by electron-phonon coupling as in BCS. In quantum mechanics, kinetic energy lowering is associated with expansion of the electronic wave function, and hence we predict: (1) Superconductors expel negative charge from their interior which consequently becomes positively charged; (2) Macroscopic electrostatic fields exist in the interior of superconductors always, and in certain cases also outside near the surface; (3) Macroscopic spin currents exist in the superconducting state; (4) Superconductors are ‘rigid’ with respect to their response to applied longitudinal electric fields. These predictions apply to all superconductors and are testable but are as yet untested. The theory predicts highest Tc's for materials for which normal state transport occurs through (positive) holes in negatively charged anions.




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