I. Sheikin

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In several metals, including URhGe, superconductivity has recently been observed to appear and coexist with ferromagnetism at temperatures well below that at which the ferromagnetic state forms. However, the material characteristics leading to such a state of coexistence have not yet been fully elucidated. We report that in URhGe there is a magnetic(More)
The origin of pairing in a superconductor resides in the underlying normal state. In the cuprate high-temperature superconductor YBa(2)Cu(3)O(y) (YBCO), application of a magnetic field to suppress superconductivity reveals a ground state that appears to break the translational symmetry of the lattice, pointing to some density-wave order. Here we use a(More)
The Nernst coefficient of displays two distinct anomalies in magnetic field. The feature detected at Hk approximately 23 T is similar to what is observed in CeRu2Si2 at Hm = 7.8 T where a metamagnetic transition occurs. In CeCoIn5, new frequencies are observed in de Haas-van Alphen oscillations when the field exceeds 23 T where the Dingle temperature(More)
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