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dc.creatorOkada, Y.
dc.creatorTakeuchi, T.
dc.creatorBaba, T.
dc.creatorShin, S.
dc.creatorIkuta, H.
dc.identifierJounal of Phys. Soc. Japan 77 074714 (2008)
dc.descriptionThe electronic structure of Bi2Sr2-xRxCuOy(R=La, Eu) near the (pi,0) point of the first Brillouin zone was studied by means of angle-resolved photoemission spectroscopy (ARPES). The temperature T* above which the pseudogap structure in the ARPES spectrum disappears was found to have an R dependence that is opposite to that ofthe superconducting transition temperature Tc. This indicates that the pseudogap state is competing with high-Tc superconductivity, and the large Tc suppression observed with increasing the out-of-plane disorder is due to the stabilization of the pseudogap state.
dc.descriptionComment: 4 pages, 4 figures
dc.subjectCondensed Matter - Superconductivity
dc.subjectCondensed Matter - Strongly Correlated Electrons
dc.titleThe origin of the anomalously strong influence of out-of-plane disorder on high-Tc superconductivity

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