# Physical properties of CeIrSi with trillium-lattice frustrated magnetism

@article{Kneidinger2019PhysicalPO,
title={Physical properties of CeIrSi with trillium-lattice frustrated magnetism},
author={Friedrich Kneidinger and Isolde Zeiringer and A. Siderenko and E. Bauer and Herwig Michor and Peter Franz Rogl and Julian Sereni},
journal={Physical Review B},
year={2019}
}
Magnetic ($\chi$), transport ($\rho$) and heat capacity ($C_m$)properties of CeIrSi are investigated to elucidate the effect of geometric frustration in this compound with trillium type structure because, notwithstanding its robust effective moment, $\mu_{\rm eff}\approx 2.46\mu_B$, this Ce-lattice compound does not undergo a magnetic transition. In spite of that it shows broad $C_m(T)/T$ and $\chi(T)$ maxima centered at $T_{max}\approx 1.5$\,K, while a $\rho \propto T^2$ thermal dependence…
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