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Spin-Triplet Superconductivity in K2Cr3As3

  title={Spin-Triplet Superconductivity in K2Cr3As3},
  author={J. Yang and J. Luo and Changjiang Yi and Y. G. Shi and Y. Zhou and Guo-qing Zheng},
  • J. Yang, J. Luo, +3 authors Guo-qing Zheng
  • Published 3 September 2021
  • Physics
A spin-triplet superconductor can harbor Majorana bound states that can be used in topological quantum computing. Recently, K2Cr3As3 and its variants with critical temperature Tc as high as 8 K have emerged as a new class of superconductors with ferromagnetic spin fluctuations. Here we report a discovery in K2Cr3As3 single crystal that, the spin susceptibility measured by 75As Knight shift below Tc is unchanged with the magnetic field H0 applied in the ab plane, but vanishes toward zero… Expand

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