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PROF. H. A. WILSON is best known for his experimental researches, but this book shows that he is also able to give clear expositions of the more theoretical aspects of modern physics. As he has
The physics of manganites: Structure and transport
The fundamental physical properties of doped ${\mathrm{LaMnO}}_{3},$ generically termed ``manganites,'' and much of the underlying physics, were known more than 40 years ago. This article first
Hidden magnetism and quantum criticality in the heavy fermion superconductor CeRhIn5
These experiments establish a common relationship among hidden magnetism, quantum criticality and unconventional superconductivity in copper oxides and heavy-electron systems such as CeRhIn5.
Superconductivity and spin-orbit coupling in non-centrosymmetric materials: a review.
The effects of ASOC on the superconducting properties and the extent to which there is evidence for singlet-triplet mixing are evaluated and a conceptual overview of the key theoretical results are given.
S-wave spin-triplet order in superconductors without inversion symmetry: Li2Pd3B and Li2Pt3B.
It is proposed that broken inversion symmetry and the accompanying antisymmetric spin-orbit coupling, which admix spin-singlet and spin-triplet pairing, are responsible for this behavior of noncentrosymmetric superconductors Li2Pd3B andLi2Pt3B.
Griffiths singularities and magnetoresistive manganites
The large, so-called colossal magnetoresistivity of doped LaMnO 3 has attracted considerable attention, but is only one unusual feature of the ferromagnetic transition in these compounds. We examine
Phonon softening in Ni46.8Ti50Fe3.2
Emploi de la diffusion inelastique des neutrons pour etudier la transition de phase martensitique das NiTi:Fe. On observe un amollissement des phonons de la branche TA 2 -[110] au voisinage de q 1
Colossal magnetoresistance is a Griffiths singularity.
This paper demonstrates that the transition should be viewed in the context of the Griffiths phase that arises when disorder suppresses a magnetic transition, which explains unusual aspects of susceptibility and heat capacity data from a single crystal of La0.7Ca0.3MnO3.
Intrinsic interface exchange coupling of ferromagnetic nanodomains in a charge ordered manganite
We present a detailed magnetic study of the Pr1/3Ca2/3MnO3 manganite, where we observe the presence of small ferromagnetic (FM) domains (diameter ~ 10A) immersed within the charge-ordered