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layered cuprates remains one of the leading challenges in condensed matter
physics. A huge amount of research has been done on this problem since the
seminal discovery of
and MÃ¼ller in 1986. A brief introduction to the phenomenology
associated with cuprates has been given by
Batlogg and Varma,
and some of the theoretical ideas were briefly describe by
Rice. Quite a
few reviews of various aspects of the field have appeared, and links to many
of those are available here.
Some of the current research issues are described in the DOE/BES workshop
Research Needs for Superconductivity.
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