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about pairing symmetry

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consider single band

1, only for centrosymmetric sc, we have definite odd-parity or even parity, is this right? how about non-centrosymmetric sc?

2, for centrosymmetric sc, in normal state we have inversion symmetry, and for sc state, inversion symmetry only holds for even parity, while fails in odd parity, is this right?

3,is spin triplet pair always break time reversal symmetry? why?

Closed as per community consensus as the post is Unclear what you're asking; seems to be a translation from a homework paper in a non-English language.
asked Apr 14, 2014 in Closed Questions by kokenlee (0 points) [ revision history ]
recategorized Apr 22, 2014 by dimension10
Hi @kokenlee, to me it is not quite clear what you are asking here. Are your questions in the related to looking at a molecular (rotation-vibrational) band spectrum?




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