The Comment by Jansen and Chandran advances no evidence to refute our basic thesis that high-temperature superconductivity can arise only in a material having sub-units each of which has a certain specific and characteristic electronic structure. The need for such an electronic structure accounts for why only a small number of basic types of high-temperature superconductor are known, the explanation of this observation providing a stringent test for any theory of high-temperature superconduct...Expand abstract
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