Superconductivity and quantum criticality in heavy fermions CeIrSi$_3$ and CeRhSi$_3$

@article{Landaeta2017SuperconductivityAQ,
  title={Superconductivity and quantum criticality in heavy fermions CeIrSi\$\_3\$ and CeRhSi\$\_3\$},
  author={J. F. Landaeta and D. Subero and D. Catal{\'a} and S. Taylor and N. Kimura and R. Settai and Y. Ōnuki and M. Sigrist and I. Bonalde},
  journal={arXiv: Superconductivity},
  year={2017}
}
Superconductivity and magnetism are mutually exclusive in most alloys and elements, so it is striking that superconductivity emerges around a magnetic quantum critical point (QCP) in many strongly correlated electron systems (SCES). In the latter case superconductivity is believed to be unconventional and directly influenced by the QCP. However, experimentally unconventional superconductivity has neither been established nor directly been linked to any mechanism of the QCP. Here we report… Expand

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