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Superconductivity and magnetism in ternary rare-earth compounds

  • Author(s): Mook, HA
  • Pringle, OA
  • Kawarazaki, S
  • Sinha, SK
  • Crabtree, GW
  • Hinks, DG
  • Maple, MB
  • Fisk, Z
  • Johnston, DC
  • Woolf, LD
  • Hamaker, HC
  • et al.
Abstract

Superconductivity and magnetism are two types of order that can take place in materials at low temperatures. When the magnetic order is ferromagnetic, a competition exists between magnetism and superconductivity. Neutron scattering has been used to measure the interaction of magnetism and superconductivity in a series of ternary rare-earth alloys. A wide range of behavior is found near the magnetic transition, including mean-field magnetic ordering, first-order transitions between magnetism and superconductivity, and co-existence of ferromagnetism and superconductivity with a sinusoidally-modulated magnetic phase. © 1983.

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