Ordering In A Spin Glass under Applied Magnetic Field

@article{Petit1999OrderingIA,
  title={Ordering In A Spin Glass under Applied Magnetic Field},
  author={Dorothee Petit and Luc Fruchter and Ian A. Campbell},
  journal={Physical Review Letters},
  year={1999},
  volume={83},
  pages={5130-5133}
}
Torque, torque relaxation, and magnetization measurements on a AuFe spin glass sample are reported. The experiments carried out up to 7 T show a transverse irreversibility line in the (H,T) plane up to high applied fields, and a distinct strong longitudinal irreversibility line at lower fields. The data demonstrate for that this type of sample, a Heisenberg spin glass with moderately strong anisotropy, the spin glass ordered state survives under high applied fields in contrast to predictions of… 

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