Superconductivity in materials according to the theory of hole superconductivity

The theory of hole superconductivity predicts that superconductivity results from pairing of hole carriers, and that high Tc is favored when holes conduct through negatively charged anions.

The following papers describe analyses of various materials within the theory of hole superconductivity:

Hole superconductivity , Phys.Lett. A 134, 451 (1989).

Superconducting state in an oxygen hole metal , Phys.Rev. B39, 11515 (1989). (w/ F. Marsiglio)

Bond charge repulsion and hole superconductivity , Physica C 158, 326 (1989).

Coulomb attraction between Bloch electrons , Phys.Lett.A 138, 83 (1989).

On the dependence of superconducting Tc on carrier concentration , Phys.Lett. A 140, 122 (1989). (w/ F. Marsiglio)

Hole superconductivity and the high Tc oxides , Phys.Rev. B41, 6435 (1990). (w/ F. Marsiglio)

Normal state properties of high Tc oxides , Physica C 195, 355 (1992). (w/ F. Marsiglio)

Superconductivity in the transition metal series , Phys. Rev. B46, 14702 (1992). (w/ X.Q. Hong)

Role of reduction process in the transport properties of electron-doped oxide superconductors, , Physica C 243, 319 (1995).

Hole Superconductivity in $Mg B_2$: a high $T_c$ cuprate without Cu , cond-mat/0102115 , Phys. Lett. A282, p.392-398 (2001).

Electron-Phonon or Hole Superconductivity in $MgB_2$? , With F. Marsiglio , cond-mat/0102479 (2001), Phys. Rev. B 64, 144523 (2001).

Hole Superconductivity in MgB_2, Cuprates, and Other Materials , cond-mat/0106310 (2001) (Los Alamos) in "Studies of High Temperature Superconductors", ed. by A. Narlikar, Nova Sci. Pub., New York, 2002, Vol. 38, p. 49.

Hole superconductivity in Arsenic-Iron compounds . With F. Marsiglio , arXiv:0804.0002, (2008), Physica C 468, 1047 (2008).

Why non-superconducting metallic elements become superconducting under high pressure. With J.J. Hamlin, Physica C 470, S937 (2010).

Materials and mechanisms of hole superconductivity, arXiv:1104.1624 (2011), Physica C 472, 78 (2012).

Hole superconductivity in H2S and other sulfides under high pressure, with F. Marsiglio, arXiv:1412.6251 (2014).

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