Thomas R. Wolf

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Our eyes are in continuous motion. Even when we attempt to fix our gaze, we produce so called "fixational eye movements", which include microsaccades, drift, and ocular microtremor (OMT). Microsaccades, the largest and fastest type of fixational eye movement, shift the retinal image from several dozen to several hundred photoreceptors and have equivalent(More)
Electronically driven nematic order is often considered as an essential ingredient of high-temperature superconductivity. Its elusive nature in iron-based superconductors resulted in a controversy not only as regards its origin but also as to the degree of its influence on the electronic structure even in the simplest representative material FeSe. Here we(More)
Resistivity ρ(T), Hall coefficient RH(T), superconducting transition temperature Tc and slopes of the upper critical field dHc2/dT were studied in (Ba1-xKx)Fe2As2 (x = 0.218, 0.356, 0.531) single crystals irradiated with fast neutrons. It is found that dTc/dρSC-the rate of decreasing Tc as a function of the ρSC (ρSC is the resistivity at T = Tc)-linearly(More)
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