p-Wave holographic superconductor in scalar hairy black holes

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2019-05-10

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We study the properties of the p-wave holographic superconductor for the scalar hairy black holes in the probe limit. The black hole solutions in question possess planar topology, which are derived from the Einstein gravity theory minimally coupled to a scalar field with a generic scalar potential. These solutions can be viewed as characterized by two independent parameters, namely, alpha and k(0), where AdS vacuum is manifestly restored when alpha -> infinity. Consequently, the p-wave holographic superconductor is investigated by employing the above static planar black hole spacetime as the background metric, where a Maxwell field is introduced to the model by nonminimally coupling it to a complex vector field. The latter is shown to condensate and furnish the superconducting phase when the temperature is below a critical value. By numerical calculations, we examine in detail how the scalar field in the background affects the properties of the superconductivity. It is found that the critical temperature depends crucially on the parameters alpha and k(0), which subsequently affects the condensation process. By employing the Kubo formula, the real, as well as imaginary parts of the conductivity, are calculated and presented as functions of frequency. The results are discussed regarding the poles of the Green function, and the typical values of the BCS theory. (C) 2019 The Author(s). Published by Elsevier B.V.

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Physics Letters B. Amsterdam: Elsevier, v. 792, p. 219-227, 2019.

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