antinodal points

antinodal points

[‚an·tē′nōd·əl ‚pȯins]
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In proximity of the antinodal points (X and Y), a net discrepancy between the position of the relative maxima of A(k, [omega] = 0) and the locus n(k) = 0.5 becomes more and more evident on decreasing doping (see Figures 5(b) and 5(c)).
On reducing the doping, there is an evident transfer of spectral weight between the two maxima; in particular, the weight is transferred from the top of the dispersion close to S to the antinodal point X, where the van Hove singularity resides.