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Fermi surface reconstruction and multiple quantum phase transitions in the antiferromagnet CeRhIn5
  • L. Jiao, Ye Chen, +15 authors H. Yuan
  • Physics, Medicine
  • Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences
  • 5 January 2015
Significance Conventional, thermally driven continuous phase transitions are described by universal critical behavior that is independent of microscopic details of a specific material. An analogousExpand
Isotropic quantum scattering and unconventional superconductivity
Superconductivity without phonons has been proposed for strongly correlated electron materials that are tuned close to a zero-temperature magnetic instability of itinerant charge carriers. Near thisExpand
Thermal and magnetic properties of the low-temperature antiferromagnet Ce 4 Pt 12 Sn 25
We report specific heat (C) and magnetization (M) of single crystalline Ce4 Pt12 Sn25 at temperature down to ∼50 mK and in fields up to 3 T. C/T exhibits a sharp anomaly at 180 mK, with a largeExpand
A comparison of the structure and localized magnetism in Ce2PdGa12 with the heavy fermion CePdGa6
Abstract Single crystals of Ce2PdGa12 have been synthesized in Ga flux and characterized by X-ray diffraction. This compound crystallizes in the tetragonal P 4 / nbm space group, Z = 2 with latticeExpand
Magnetization and electrical-transport investigation of the dense Kondo system CeAgSb2
Of the dense Kondo materials in the class CeTSb2 (where T=Au, Ag, Ni, Cu, or Pd), CeAgSb2 is special due to its complex magnetic ground state, which exhibits both ferromagnetic and antiferromagneticExpand
Complex magnetic phase diagram of ferromagnetic Ce Ni Sb 3
Measurements of electrical resistivity at applied pressures up to $55\phantom{\rule{0.3em}{0ex}}\mathrm{kbar}$ have been carried out on single crystals of the ferromagnetExpand
Band Dependent Interlayer f-Electron Hybridization in CeRhIn_{5}.
A key issue in heavy fermion research is how subtle changes in the hybridization between the 4f (5f) and conduction electrons can result in fundamentally different ground states. CeRhIn_{5} standsExpand
Field-induced quantum critical point in the pressure-induced superconductor CeRhIn5
When subjected to pressure, the prototypical heavy-fermion antiferromagnet CeRhIn s becomes superconducting, forming a broad dome of superconductivity (SC) centred around 2.35 GPa (=P2) with maximalExpand
Complex magnetic ordering in Eu3InP3: a new rare earth metal zintl compound.
Eu3InP3 has been prepared as large single crystals with an indium flux reaction. The structure of the new compound is isotypic to Sr3InP3 and crystallizes in the orthorhombic space group Pnma withExpand
Negative magnetoresistance in a magnetic semiconducting Zintl phase: Eu(3)In(2)P(4).
A new rare earth metal Zintl phase, Eu(3)In(2)P(4), was synthesized by utilizing a metal flux method. The compound crystallizes in the orthorhombic space group Pnnm with the cell parameters a =Expand