Can Cooper pairs in benzene lead to Efimov states?
Faculty of Sciences. Physics
Molecular physics. - London
, p. 294-296
University of Antwerp
Cooper pairs have been experimentally verified in benzene at 38.3eV. We have proposed previously that the six most loosely bound electrons in benzene form three equivalent Cooper pairs. We further propose in this manuscript that these three weakly interacting bosons (Cooper pairs) should form an infinite number of Efimov states (possibly Booromean rings) which is what a photon of high energy will then encounter.