J un 2 00 6 Magnetic field induced rotation of the d-vector in Sr 2 RuO 4

@inproceedings{Annett2006JU2,
  title={J un 2 00 6 Magnetic field induced rotation of the d-vector in Sr 2 RuO 4},
  author={James F. Annett and Grzegorz Litak and Balazs L. Gyorffy and Karol Izydor Wysokiński},
  year={2006}
}
The superconductor Sr2RuO4 is widely believed to be a spin triplet system with a chiral order parameter analogous to the A phase of superfluid helium-3. The best evidence for this pairing state is that the Knight shift or spin susceptibility measured in neutron scattering is constant below Tc, unlike in a spin-singlet superconductor. The original Knight shift and neutron scattering measurements were performed for magnetic fields aligned in the ruthenate a-b plane. These would be consistent with… CONTINUE READING

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