The strange metal Hall effect connects quantum criticality and superconductivity in an iron-based superconductor

@article{Hayes2019TheSM,
  title={The strange metal Hall effect connects quantum criticality and superconductivity in an iron-based superconductor},
  author={Ian M. Hayes and Nikola Maksimovic and Mun K. Chan and Gilbert N. Lopez and B. J. Ramshaw and Ross D. McDonald and James G. Analytis},
  journal={arXiv: Strongly Correlated Electrons},
  year={2019}
}
Many unconventional superconductors exhibit a common set of anomalous charge transport properties that characterize them as `strange metals', which provides hope that there is single theory that describes them. However, model-independent connections between the strange metal and superconductivity have remained elusive. In this letter, we show that the Hall effect of the unconventional superconductor BaFe$_2$(As$_{1-x}$P$_x$)$_2$ contains an anomalous contribution arising from the correlations… 

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