Itinerancy and hidden order in URu2Si2

@article{Tripathi2005ItinerancyAH,
  title={Itinerancy and hidden order in URu2Si2},
  author={Vikram Tripathi and Premala Chandra and Piers Coleman},
  journal={Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter},
  year={2005},
  volume={17},
  pages={5285 - 5311}
}
We argue that key characteristics of the enigmatic transition at T0 = 17.5 K in URu2Si2 indicate that the hidden order is a density wave formed within a band of composite quasiparticles, whose detailed structure is determined by local physics. We expand on our proposal (with Mydosh) of the hidden order as incommensurate orbital antiferromagnetism and present experimental predictions to test our ideas. We then turn towards a microscopic description of orbital antiferromagnetism, exploring… 
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