Progress in heavy-fermion superconductivity: Ce115 and related materials
- Author(s): Thompson, JD
- Fisk, Z
- et al.
Published Web Locationhttps://doi.org/10.1143/JPSJ.81.011002
Ce115 and related Ce compounds are particularly suited to detailed studies of the interplay of antiferromagnetic order, unconventional superconductivity and quantum criticality due to their availability as high quality single crystals and their tunability by chemistry, pressure and magnetic field. Neutron-scattering, NMR and angle-resolved thermodynamic measurements have deepened the understanding of this interplay. Very low temperature experiments in pure and lightly doped CeCoIn5have elaborated the FFLO-like magnetic state near the field-induced quantum-critical point. New, related superconducting materials have broadened the phase space for discovering underlying principles of heavy-fermion superconductivity and its relationship to nearby states. © 2012 The Physical Society of Japan.
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