Pressure dependence of the magnetization of URu2Si2

@article{Pfleiderer2006PressureDO,
  title={Pressure dependence of the magnetization of URu2Si2},
  author={Christian Pfleiderer and John A. Mydosh and Matthias Vojta},
  journal={Physical Review B},
  year={2006},
  volume={74}
}
The ground state of URu2Si2 changes from so-called hidden order (HO) to large-moment antiferromagnetism (LMAF) upon applying hydrostatic pressure in excess of 14 kbar. We report the dc-magnetization M(B,T,p) of URu2Si2 for magnetic fields B up to 12 T, temperatures T in the range 2 to 100 K, and pressure p up to 17 kbar. Remarkably, characteristic scales such as the coherence temperature T*, the transition temperature T0, and the anisotropy in the magnetization depend only weakly on the applied… Expand
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