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CsV_{3}Sb_{5}: A Z_{2} Topological Kagome Metal with a Superconducting Ground State.
TLDR
The electronic properties of CsV_{3}Sb_{5} are presented, demonstrating bulk superconductivity in single crystals with a T_{c}=2.5  K, and the implications for the formation of unconventional super conductivity in this material are discussed.
Superconductivity in the Z2 kagome metal KV3Sb5
Here we report the observation of bulk superconductivity in single crystals of the two-dimensional kagome metal KV$_3$Sb$_5$. Magnetic susceptibility, resistivity, and heat capacity measurements
Spin excitations in the frustrated triangular lattice antiferromagnet NaYbO2
Here we present a neutron scattering-based study of magnetic excitations and magnetic order in ${\mathrm{NaYbO}}_{2}$ under the application of an external magnetic field. The crystalline electric
Fermi Surface Mapping and the Nature of Charge-Density-Wave Order in the Kagome Superconductor CsV3Sb5
superconductor CsV3Sb5 Brenden R. Ortiz†,1, ∗ Samuel M. L. Teicher, † Linus Kautzsch, Paul M. Sarte, Noah Ratcliff, John Harter, Jacob P. C. Ruff, Ram Seshadri, and Stephen D. Wilson ‡ Materials
Dipolar-octupolar Ising antiferromagnetism in Sm2Ti2O7 : A moment fragmentation candidate
Over the past two decades, the magnetic ground states of all rare earth titanate pyrochlores have been extensively studied, with the exception of Sm$_2$Ti$_2$O$_7$. This is, in large part, due to the
Incipient ferromagnetism in Tb2Ge2O7: application of chemical pressure to the enigmatic spin-liquid compound Tb2Ti2O7.
TLDR
Despite stronger antiferromagnetic exchange, the ground state of Tb2Ge2O7 has ferromagnetic character, in stark contrast to the pressure-induced antiferromeagnetic order observed in Tb 2Ti2O8.
Disentangling orbital and spin exchange interactions for Co2+ on a rocksalt lattice
Neutron spectroscopy was applied to study the magnetic interactions of orbitally degenerate Co2+ on a host MgO rocksalt lattice where no long-range spin or orbital order exists. The paramagnetic
Spin-orbit excitons in CoO
CoO has an odd number of electrons in its unit cell, and therefore is expected to be metallic. Yet, CoO is strongly insulating owing to significant electronic correlations, thus classifying it as a
Relaxing Kondo-screened Kramers doublets in CeRhSi3
CeRhSi$_{3}$ is a superconductor under pressure coexisting with a weakly antiferromagnetic phase characterized by a Bragg peak at $\vec{q}_{0}$=($\sim$ 0.2, 0, 0.5) (N. Aso et al. J. Magn. Magn.
Coexistence of metallic and nonmetallic properties in the pyrochlore Lu2Rh2O7
Transition metal oxides of the 4d and 5d block have recently become the targets of materials discovery, largely due to their strong spin–orbit coupling that can generate exotic magnetic and
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