This work is aimed at numerically investigating the behavior of the Fermi energy in Strontium-doped Lanthanum Cuprate, using a numerical zero temperature elastic scattering cross-section procedure in the unitary collision regime. The main task is to vary the zero temperature superconducting energy gap from its zero value in the normal state, to the highest value of 60 meV. We find that there are two different reduced phase space regimes for the first harmonic line node's order parameter. The first one, represented by a Fermi energy with a value of - 0.4 meV, where the rest of the material parameters, and the degrees of freedom of the normal to the superconducting phase transition are not sensitive to the self-consistent variation of the zero temperature superconducting energy gap. A different case is found when in the self-consistent numerical procedure, the Fermi energy takes a value of - 0.04 meV, indicating that the fermion-dressed quasiparticles have material parameters strongly sensitive to the numerical changes in the zero temperature gap, resulting in a reduced phase space, where the input and output zero superconducting energy values, and the degrees of freedom are separated by the self-consistent numerical analysis. The first scenario considers that when the Fermi energy and the nearest hopping terms have the same order of magnitude, the physics can be described by a picture given by nonequilibrium statistical mechanics. A second scenario indicates, that when the Fermi energy parameter and the hopping term have different order of magnitude; the physical picture tends to be related to the nonrelativistic quantum mechanical degrees of freedom coming from quasi-stationary quantum energy levels, with a damping term seen in the probability density distribution function, that is described in the configuration space. Henceforth, it is concluded that the use of the zero temperature elastic scattering cross-section links the phase and configuration spaces through the inverse scattering lifetime, and helps to clarify the role of the degrees of freedom in Strontium-doped Lanthanum Cuprate. Finally, we think that the self-consistent numerical procedure with the reduced phase space, induces nonlocality in the inverse scattering lifetime.
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