Creation of Electron Spinless Pairs in the Superconductivity

Physics – General Physics

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First, it is demonstrated that the Froolich Hamiltonian of system in the superconductivity, proposed by the model of a phonon gas and an electron gas mixture, contains a subtle error. In this respect, we present a correct form of the Froolich Hamiltonian of system where the term of the interaction between the phonon modes and the density modes of the electron modes is described by the term of scattering, introduced by the Froolich in a phonon gas electron gas mixture. The later is removed by a canonical transformation of the Froolich Hamiltonian by an appearance of the attractive interaction mediated via the electron modes, which leads to a bound state on a spinless electron pairs. In this letter, we show that the Cooper approximation as the constancy of the density states within around of the Fermi level has a flaw because the effective attractive forces cannot create the Cooper pairs into energetic gap at the Fermi level. In this letter, we find a condition for density metal which determines metal as superconductor.

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