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In BCS theory the interaction is considered isotropic and the result is an $s$-wave superconductor. Is it possible anyway for unconventional superconductors to have SC driven by phonons (I intend this as a material that shows isotopic effect but enlight me if I'm missing something) and a non-$s$-wave symmetry? Are there some materials showing this two properties?

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