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Study of the 1-K phase transition in the heavy-electron compound UCu5 by muon spin resonance and neutron scattering.

  • Author(s): Schenck, A;
  • Birrer, P;
  • Gygax, FN;
  • Hitti, B;
  • Lippelt, E;
  • Weber, M;
  • Böni, P;
  • Fischer, P;
  • Ott, HR;
  • Fisk, Z
  • et al.
Abstract

The 1-K phase transition in UCu5, showing up in specific-heat data within the antiferromagnetic state below TN 15 K, was investigated. Neither the average internal fields seen by the + nor the magnetic and nuclear Bragg reflections in the neutron-diffraction data reflect the phase transition while the muon relaxation rates increase drastically below 1.2 K. These results are interpreted in terms of some additional small-moment magnetic order or spin-density-wave phenomenon, implying the coexistence of two rather independent electronic subsystems, one involving eeheavyee electrons, associated with the weak magnetism, and the other associated with the eeconventionalee antiferromagnetic order. © 1990 The American Physical Society.

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