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VOLUME 49 | ISSUE 9 | PAGE 599
Phenomenological analysis of magnetic pairing in a spin quantum fluid of a high-temperature superconductor
In a spin quantum fluid there are two types of interactions of spin fluctuations with charged holes or particles. The first type of interaction, which is responsible for frustration of the antiferromagnetic state, is effective only in the singlet state. The sign of the second type, which describes the effect of the fluctuations on the magnetization of the charge carriers, depends on the particular features (which have so far not been clarified) of the properties of the spin quantum fluid.

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