The Aslamazov–Larkin conductivity (ALC) in the layered Dirac/Weyl semi-metals is calculated both for Type-I and Type II for different dimensionality and magnetic fields. The ALC strongly depends on the tilt parameter of the dispersion relation cone. While the 3D and 2D the Aslamazov–Larkin conductivity slightly depends on tilt parameter in Type-I phase and increases in the Type-II phase the 1D ALC decreases in Type-I phase up to zero close to border between Type-I and Type-II phases. Results are discussed in light of the resent experiments on the layered HfTe5 Weyl semi-metals. It is concluded the one dimensional AL conductivity well explained the experimental data.
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I am grateful Prof. Rosenstein for his attention.
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- Aslamazov-Larkin Conductivity
- Dirac /Weyl Semimetals
- Layered superconductors
- Superconducting Fluctuations