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PHYSICAL REVIEW B

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2469-9950

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Year 2023
  • Charge density wave and crystalline electric field effects in TmNiC2
    Publication
    • M. Roman
    • M. Fritthum
    • B. Stöger
    • D. T. Adroja
    • H. Michor

    - PHYSICAL REVIEW B - Year 2023

    Single crystals of TmNiC2 were grown by the optical floating-zone technique and were investigated by x-ray diffraction (XRD), thermal expansion, electrical resistivity, specific heat, and magnetic susceptibility measurements. Single-crystal XRD reveals the formation of a commensurate charge density wave (CDW) characterized by a CDW modulation vector q2c = (0.5, 0.5, 0.5), which is accompanied by a symmetry change from the orthorhombic...

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  • Electronic structure of intertwined kagome, honeycomb, and triangular sublattices of the intermetallics MCo2Al9 ( M = Sr, Ba)
    Publication

    - PHYSICAL REVIEW B - Year 2023

    Intermetallics are an important playground to stabilize a large variety of physical phenomena, arising from their complex crystal structure. The ease of their chemical tunabilty makes them suitable platforms to realize targeted electronic properties starting from the symmetries hidden in their unit cell. Here, we investigate the family of the recently discovered intermetallics MCo2Al9 (M=Sr, Ba) and we unveil their electronic structure....

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  • Polaronic and Mott insulating phase of layered magnetic vanadium trihalide VCl3
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    - PHYSICAL REVIEW B - Year 2023

    Two-dimensional (2D) van der Waals (vdW) magnetic 3d-transition metal trihalides are a new class of functional materials showing exotic physical properties useful for spintronic and memory storage applications. In this article, we report the synthesis and electromagnetic characterization of single-crystalline vanadium trichloride, VCl 3 , a novel 2D layered vdW Mott insulator, which has a rhombohedral structure (R3, No. 148) at...

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Year 2020
  • Soft-mode enhanced type-I superconductivity in LiPd2Ge
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    - PHYSICAL REVIEW B - Year 2020

    The synthesis, crystal structure, and physical properties (magnetization, resistivity, heat capacity) in combination with theoretical calculations of the electronic structure and phonon properties are reported for intermetallic compounds LiPd2X (X = Si, Ge, and Sn). LeBail refinement of powder x-ray diffraction data confirms that all compounds belong to the Heusler family (space group Fm-3m, No. 225). The lattice parameter increases...

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  • Spinon excitations in the quasi-one-dimensional S=12 chain compound Cs4CuSb2Cl12
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    - PHYSICAL REVIEW B - Year 2020

    The spin−1/2 Heisenberg antiferromagnetic chain is ideal for realizing one of the simplest gapless quantum spin liquids (QSLs), supporting a many-body ground state whose elementary excitations are fractional fermionic excitations called spinons. Here we report the discovery of such a one-dimensional (1D) QSL in Cs4CuSb2Cl12. Compared to previously reported S=1/2 1D chains, this material possesses a wider temperature range over...

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  • Weak localization competes with the quantum oscillations in a natural electronic superlattice: The case of Na1.5(PO2)4(WO3)20
    Publication
    • K. Kolincio
    • O. Pérez
    • E. Canadell
    • P. Alemany
    • E. Duverger-Nédellec
    • A. Minelli
    • A. Bosak
    • A. Pautrat

    - PHYSICAL REVIEW B - Year 2020

    We report an investigation of the combined structural and electronic properties of the bronze Na1.5(PO2)4(WO3)20. Its low-dimensional structure and possible large reconstruction of the Fermi surface due to charge density wave instability make this bulk material a natural superlattice with a reduced number of carriers and Fermi energy. Signatures of multilayered two-dimensional (2D) electron weak localization are consequently reported,...

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Year 2016
  • Detailed investigation of the phase transition inKxP4W8O32and experimental arguments for a charge density wave due to hidden nesting
    Publication
    • K. Kolincio
    • O. Pérez
    • S. Hébert
    • P. Fertey
    • A. Pautrat

    - PHYSICAL REVIEW B - Year 2016

    Detailed structural and magnetotransport properties of monophosphate tungsten bronze Kx(PO2)4(WO3)8 single crystals are reported. Both galvanomagnetic and thermal properties are shown to be consistent with a charge density wave electronic transition due to hidden nesting of the quasi-1D portion of the Fermi surface. We also observe the enhancement of electronic anisotropy due to reconstruction of the Fermi surface at the Peierls...

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  • Electronic structure and magnetism of samarium and neodymium adatoms on free-standing graphene
    Publication
    • A. Kozub
    • A. Shick
    • F. Máca
    • J. Kolorenč
    • A. Lichtenstein

    - PHYSICAL REVIEW B - Year 2016

    The electronic structure of selected rare-earth atoms adsorbed on a free-standing graphene was investigated using methods beyond the conventional density functional theory (DFT+U, DFT +HIA, and DFT+ED). The influence of the electron correlations and the spin-orbit coupling on the magnetic properties has been examined. The DFT+U method predicts both atoms to carry local magnetic moments (spin and orbital) contrary to a nonmagnetic...

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  • Field-induced suppression of charge density wave in GdNiC2

    We report the specific heat, magnetic, magnetotransport, and galvanomagnetic properties of polycrystalline GdNiC 2 . In the intermediate temperature region above T N = 20 K, we observe large negative magnetoresistance due to Zeeman splitting of the electronic bands and partial destruction of a charge density wave ground state. Our magnetoresistance and Hall measurements show that at low temperatures a magnetic field-induced transformation from...

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  • Giant Nernst effect in the incommensurate charge density wave state of P4W12O44
    Publication
    • K. Kolincio
    • D. Ramzy
    • P. Olivier
    • G. Laurent
    • F. Pierre
    • A. Pautrat

    - PHYSICAL REVIEW B - Year 2016

    We report the study of Nernst effect in quasi-low-dimensional tungsten bronze P4W12O44 showing a sequence of Peierls instabilities. We demonstrate that both condensation of the electronic carriers in the charge density wave state and the existence of high-mobility electrons and holes originating from the small pockets remaining in the incompletely nested Fermi surface give rise to a Nernst effect of a magnitude similar to that...

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  • Rattling-enhanced superconductivity in MV2Al20 (M = Sc, Lu, Y) intermetallic cage compounds
    Publication

    - PHYSICAL REVIEW B - Year 2016

    Polycrystalline samples of four intermetallic compounds: MV2Al20 (M=Sc, Y, La, and Lu) were synthesized using an arc-melting technique. The crystal structures were analyzed by means of powder x-ray diffraction and Rietveld analysis, and the physical properties were studied by means of heat capacity, electrical resistivity, and magnetic susceptibility measurements down to 0.4 K. For ScV2Al20, LuV2Al20, and YV2Al20, superconductivity...

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Year 2015
  • Pressure effects on the superconductivity of the HfPd2Al Heusler compound: Experimental and theoretical study
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    - PHYSICAL REVIEW B - Year 2015

    Polycrystalline HfPd2Al has been synthesized using the arc-melting method and studied under ambient-pressure conditions by x-ray diffraction from room temperature up to 450 °C. High-pressure x-ray diffraction up to 23 GPa was also performed using Diacell-type membrane diamond anvil cells. The estimated linear thermal expansion coefficient was found to be α=1.40(3)×10−5K−1, and the bulk modulus derived from the fit to the third-order...

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  • Site-selective magnetic order of neptunium inNp2Ni17
    Publication
    • A. Hen
    • N. Magnani
    • J. Griveau
    • R. Eloirdi
    • E. Colineau
    • J. Sanchez
    • I. Halevy
    • A. Kozub
    • A. Shick
    • I. Orion
    • R. Caciuffo

    - PHYSICAL REVIEW B - Year 2015

    We present the results obtained by superconducting quantum interference device (SQUID) magnetometry, specific heat, and Mossbauer spectroscopy measurements carried out on Np2Ni17 polycrystalline samples. We show that long-range magnetic order, with a moment mu((2b)) similar to 2.25 mu(B), occurs below T-N = 17.5 K on the Np (2b) sites. A nontrivial situation is observed in that the other Np sites (2d) do not take part to the order...

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Year 2014
  • Evidence for SrHo2O4 and SrDy2O4 as model J1- J2 zigzag chain materials
    Publication
    • A. Fennell
    • V. Y. Pomjakushin
    • A. Uldry
    • B. Delley
    • B. Prévost
    • A. Désilets-Benoit
    • A. D. Bianchi
    • R. I. Bewley
    • B. R. Hansen
    • T. Klimczuk... and 2 others

    - PHYSICAL REVIEW B - Year 2014

    Neutron diffraction and inelastic spectroscopy is used to characterize the magnetic Hamiltonian of SrHo2O4 and SrDy2O4. Through a detailed computation of the crystal-field levels we find site-dependent anisotropic single-ion magnetism in both materials, and diffraction measurements show the presence of strong one-dimensional spin correlations.Our measurements indicate that competing interactions of the zigzag chain, combinedwith...

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  • Noncentrosymmetric superconductor with a bulk three-dimensional Dirac cone gapped by strong spin-orbit coupling
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    - PHYSICAL REVIEW B - Year 2014

    The layered, noncentrosymmetric heavy element PbTaSe2 is found to be superconducting. We report its electronic properties accompanied by electronic-structure calculations. Specific heat, electrical resistivity, and magnetic-susceptibility measurements indicate that PbTaSe2 is a moderately coupled, type-IIBCSsuperconductor (Tc = 3.72 K, Ginzburg–Landau parameter κ = 17) with an electron-phonon coupling constant of λep = 0.74. Electronic-structure...

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Year 2013
  • Superconductivity in the Cu(Ir1-xPtx)2Se4 spinel
    Publication
    • H. Luo
    • T. Klimczuk
    • L. Müchler
    • L. Schoop
    • D. Hirai
    • M. K. Fuccillo
    • C. Felser
    • R. J. Cava

    - PHYSICAL REVIEW B - Year 2013

    We report the observation of superconductivity in the CuIr2Se4 spinel induced by partial substitution of Pt for Ir. The optimal doping level for superconductivity in Cu(Ir1-xPtx )2Se4 is x = 0.2, where Tc is 1.76 K. A superconducting Tc vs composition dome is established between the metallic, normal conductor CuIr2Se4 and semiconducting CuIrPtSe4. Electronic structure calculations show that the optimal Tc occurs near the electron count...

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  • Superconductivity in the Cu(Ir1−xPtx)2Se4spinel
    Publication
    • H. Luo
    • T. Klimczuk
    • L. Müchler
    • L. Schoop
    • D. Hirai
    • M. Fuccillo
    • C. Felser
    • R. Cava

    - PHYSICAL REVIEW B - Year 2013

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