# Unconventional superconductivity in Na$_{0.35}$CoO$_{2}\cdot$1.3D$_{2}$O and proximity to a magnetically ordered phase

@article{Uemura2004UnconventionalSI, title={Unconventional superconductivity in Na\$\_\{0.35\}\$CoO\$\_\{2\}\cdot\$1.3D\$\_\{2\}\$O and proximity to a magnetically ordered phase}, author={Y. Uemura and P. Russo and A. Savici and Christopher R Wiebe and G. MacDougall and G. Luke and M. Mochizuki and Y. Yanase and M. Ogata and M. Foo and R. Cava}, journal={arXiv: Superconductivity}, year={2004} }

Muon spin relaxation ($\mu$SR) measurements on the new layered cobalt oxide superconductor Na$_{0.35}$CoO$_{2}\cdot$1.3H$_{2}$O and its parent, non-superconducting compounds, have revealed unconventional nature of superconductivity through: (1) a small superfluid energy which implies a surprisingly high effective mass of the charge carriers, approximately 100 times the bare electron mass; (2) the superconducting transition temperature $T_{c}$ scaling with the superfluid energy following the… Expand