Interactions between the coherent excitations on disconnected arcs along a "bare" Fermi surface (the socalled Fermi arcs FAs) seen by angle-resolved photo emission spectroscopy (ARPES) in several underdoped (UD) cuprates and incommensurate charge density wave (IC CDW) ordering at lowering of the temperature have been studied. The carriers on FAs scatter strongly on the short-wavelength potential of CDW. The large momentum transfer relates FAs with the electronic states lying deeply under the chemical potential thus involving into consideration the Fermi liquid interactions. At low temperatures IC CDW may fully destroy low lying excitations on the Fermi arcs, leaving electrons on the pocket at the Γ point as the only charged elementary excitations in the CDW phase in UD cuprates. The results infer competition between superconducting and CDW order parameters.
Soviet Journal of Experimental and Theoretical Physics Letters
- Pub Date:
- November 2014
- Condensed Matter - Superconductivity;
- Condensed Matter - Strongly Correlated Electrons
- This paper has been withdrawn by the author: while Eq.(11) is correct,the estimate for the imaginary part in Eq.(15) is wrong