Influence of interstitial Fe to the phase diagram of Fe1+yTe1−xSex single crystals

  title={Influence of interstitial Fe to the phase diagram of Fe1+yTe1−xSex single crystals},
  author={Yue Sun and Tatsuhiro Yamada and Sunseng Pyon and Tsuyoshi Tamegai},
  journal={Scientific Reports},
Superconductivity (SC) with the suppression of long-range antiferromagnetic (AFM) order is observed in the parent compounds of both iron-based and cuprate superconductors. The AFM wave vectors are bicollinear (π, 0) in the parent compound FeTe different from the collinear AFM order (π, π) in most iron pnictides. Study of the phase diagram of Fe1+yTe1−xSex is the most direct way to investigate the competition between bicollinear AFM and SC. However, presence of interstitial Fe affects both… 

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