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Physical review B
We argue that recent measurements on both the superfluid density and the optical conductivity of high-quality LSCO films can be understood almost entirely within the theory of disordered BCS d-wave superconductors. The large scattering rates deduced from experiments are shown to arise predominantly from weak scatterers, probably the Sr dopants out of the CuO_2 plane, and correspond to significant suppression of T_c relative to a pure reference state with the same doping. Our results confirm thedoi:10.1103/physrevb.98.054506 fatcat:gayv5qq2l5dsjarescytnu3kg4