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With the invention of high-temperature superconductors, study into polarons and bipolarons has attracted a lot recognition. This booklet is the 1st ordinary connection with supply a entire view of the polaron and bipolaron conception of high-temperature superconductivity, probably the most major discoveries in physics some time past decade. Scientists have additionally saw polarons and bipolarons in magnetic semiconductors and transition steel oxides. The thorough research of those nonsuperconducting fabrics has contributed vastly to our simple realizing of the actual homes of either polarons and bipolarons. This publication encompasses a sequence of authoritative articles at the so much complicated study on polarons and bipolarons in high-temperature superconductors and similar fabrics. This publication should be of serious curiosity to researchers in condensed subject physics, and particularly these operating within the box of superconductivity.
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