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Phenomenological theory of unconventional superconductivity
This article is a review of recent developments in the phenomenological description of unconventional superconductivity. Starting with the BCS theory of superconductivity with anisotropic Cooper
Electronic and magnetic properties of nanographite ribbons
Electronic and magnetic properties of ribbon-shaped nanographite systems with zigzag and armchair edges in a magnetic field are investigated by using a tight-binding model. One of the most remarkable
Non-centrosymmetric superconductors : introduction and overview
Non-Centrosymmetric Superconductors: Strong vs. Weak Electronic Correlations.- Non-Centrosymmetric Heavy-Fermion Superconductors.- Properties of Interfaces and Surfaces.- Kinetic Theory for Response
Time-reversal symmetry-breaking superconductivity in Sr2RuO4
Although the properties of most superconducting materials are well described by the theory of Bardeen, Cooper and Schrieffer (BCS), considerable effort has been devoted to the search for exotic
Heavy fermion superconductivity and magnetic order in noncentrosymmetric CePt3Si.
CePt3Si is a novel heavy fermion superconductor, crystallizing in the CePt3B structure as a tetragonally distorted low symmetry variant of the AuCu3 structure type. CePt3Si exhibits antiferromagnetic
The Plasma and Suprathermal Ion Composition (PLASTIC) Investigation on the STEREO Observatories
The Plasma and Suprathermal Ion Composition (PLASTIC) investigation provides the in situ solar wind and low energy heliospheric ion measurements for the NASA Solar Terrestrial Relations Observatory
Exotic superconducting properties in the electron-hole-compensated heavy-fermion "Semimetal" URu2Si2.
It is shown that the charge and thermal transport measurements on ultraclean crystals of URu2Si2 reveal a number of unprecedented superconducting properties including the first-order transition at Hc2 with a reduction of entropy flow.
Robust doubly charged nodal lines and nodal surfaces in centrosymmetric systems
Weyl points in three spatial dimensions are characterized by a $\mathbb{Z}$-valued charge---the Chern number---which makes them stable against a wide range of perturbations. A set of Weyl points can
Introduction to Unconventional Superconductivity
This lecture gives a basic introduction into some aspects of the unconventional superconductivity. First we analyze the conditions to realize unconventional superconductivity in strongly correlated
Coupled Superconducting and Magnetic Order in CeCoIn5
A symmetry analysis of the coupling between the magnetic order and the superconducting gap function suggests a form of superconductivity that is associated with a nonvanishing momentum.