Strong interplay between stripe spin fluctuations, nematicity and superconductivity in FeSe.

@article{Wang2016StrongIB,
  title={Strong interplay between stripe spin fluctuations, nematicity and superconductivity in FeSe.},
  author={Qisi Wang and Y. Shen and B. Pan and Y. Hao and M. Ma and F. Zhou and P. Steffens and K. Schmalzl and T. Forrest and M. Abdel-Hafiez and Xiaojia Chen and D. Chareev and A. Vasiliev and P. Bourges and Y. Sidis and H. Cao and J. Zhao},
  journal={Nature materials},
  year={2016},
  volume={15 2},
  pages={
          159-63
        }
}
In iron-based superconductors the interactions driving the nematic order (that breaks four-fold rotational symmetry in the iron plane) may also mediate the Cooper pairing. The experimental determination of these interactions, which are believed to depend on the orbital or the spin degrees of freedom, is challenging because nematic order occurs at, or slightly above, the ordering temperature of a stripe magnetic phase. Here, we study FeSe (ref. )-which exhibits a nematic (orthorhombic) phase… Expand
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