Structure, antiferromagnetism and superconductivity of the layered iron arsenide NaFeAs.

  title={Structure, antiferromagnetism and superconductivity of the layered iron arsenide NaFeAs.},
  author={Dinah R. Parker and Michael J Pitcher and Peter J. Baker and Isabel Franke and Tom Lancaster and Stephen J Blundell and Simon J. Clarke},
  journal={Chemical communications},
A new layered iron arsenide NaFeAs isostructural with the superconducting lithium analogue displays evidence for the coexistence of superconductivity and magnetic ordering. 
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  • F. Hsu, J. Luo, +8 authors Maw-Kuen Wu
  • Materials Science, Medicine
  • Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences
  • 2008
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