3 years ago

Superconducting monolayer deposited on substrate: effects of the spin-orbit coupling induced by proximity effects.

Konrad Jerzy Kapcia, Karen Rodríguez, Andrzej Ptok

The spin-orbit coupling can lead to exotic states of matter and unexpected behavior of the system properties. In this paper, we investigate the influence of spin-orbit coupling induced by proximity effects on a monolayer of superconductor (with s-wave or d-wave pairing) placed on an insulating bulk. We show that the critical temperatures $T_{c}$ of the superconducting states can be tuned by the spin-orbit coupling both in the case of on-site and inter-site pairing. Moreover, we discuss a possibility of changing the location of the maximal $T_{c}$ from the half-filling into the underdoped or overdoped regimes.

Publisher URL: http://arxiv.org/abs/1801.08055

DOI: arXiv:1801.08055v1

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