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Strongly correlated systems

The activity of the group is traditionally devoted to the study of the electronic properties of strongly correlated electron systems, including heavy fermion compounds, low-dimensional organic materials and unconventional superconductors, in high magnetic fields and low temperatures. The experimental techniques include electrical transport, magnetic torque (de Haas-van Alphen effect), and specific heat measurements. All the experimental set-ups are adapted to the high magnetic fields up to 35 T produced by the resistive magnets of the laboratory.

Members of the lab involved:
Ilya Sheikin, Albin Demuer

 

The field-temperature phase diagram of URhGe demonstrating the re-entrant superconductivity (RSC) that occurs around a field-induced spin-rotation transition.

 

 

 

 

 

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