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Unusual magnetic order in the pseudogap region of the superconductor HgBa(2)CuO(4+delta)


Li, Y.; Balédent, V.; Barišić, Neven; Cho, Y.; Fauqué, B.; Sidis, Y.; Yu, G.; Zhao, X.; Bourges, P.; Greven, M.
Unusual magnetic order in the pseudogap region of the superconductor HgBa(2)CuO(4+delta) // Nature, 455 (2008), 372-375 doi:10.1038/nature07251 (međunarodna recenzija, članak, znanstveni)


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Naslov
Unusual magnetic order in the pseudogap region of the superconductor HgBa(2)CuO(4+delta)

Autori
Li, Y. ; Balédent, V. ; Barišić, Neven ; Cho, Y. ; Fauqué, B. ; Sidis, Y. ; Yu, G. ; Zhao, X. ; Bourges, P. ; Greven, M.

Izvornik
Nature (0028-0836) 455 (2008); 372-375

Vrsta, podvrsta i kategorija rada
Radovi u časopisima, članak, znanstveni

Ključne riječi
HgBa(2)CuO(4+delta); pseudogap

Sažetak
The pseudogap region of the phase diagram is an important unsolved puzzle in the field of high- transition- temperature (high-T(c)) superconductivity, characterized by anomalous physical properties(1, 2). There are open questions about the number of distinct phases and the possible presence of a quantum- critical point underneath the superconducting dome(3-5). The picture has remained unclear because there has not been conclusive evidence for a new type of order. Neutron scattering measurements for YBa(2)Cu(3)O(6+delta) (YBCO) resulted in contradictory claims of no(6, 7) and weak(8, 9) magnetic order, and the interpretation of muon spin relaxation measurements on YBCO(10, 11) and of circularly polarized photoemission experiments on Bi(2)Sr(2)CaCu(2)O(8+delta) ( refs 12, 13) has been controversial. Here we use polarized neutron diffraction to demonstrate for the model superconductor HgBa(2)CuO(4+delta) (Hg1201) that the characteristic temperature T* marks the onset of an unusual magnetic order. Together with recent results for YBCO(14, 15), this observation constitutes a demonstration of the universal existence of such a state. The findings appear to rule out theories that regard T* as a crossover temperature(16-18) rather than a phase transition temperature(19-21). Instead, they are consistent with a variant of previously proposed charge- current- loop order(19, 20) that involves apical oxygen orbitals(22), and with the notion that many of the unusual properties arise from the presence of a quantum- critical point(3-5, 19).

Izvorni jezik
Engleski

Znanstvena područja
Fizika



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Li, Y.; Balédent, V.; Barišić, Neven; Cho, Y.; Fauqué, B.; Sidis, Y.; Yu, G.; Zhao, X.; Bourges, P.; Greven, M.
Unusual magnetic order in the pseudogap region of the superconductor HgBa(2)CuO(4+delta) // Nature, 455 (2008), 372-375 doi:10.1038/nature07251 (međunarodna recenzija, članak, znanstveni)
Li, Y., Balédent, V., Barišić, N., Cho, Y., Fauqué, B., Sidis, Y., Yu, G., Zhao, X., Bourges, P. & Greven, M. (2008) Unusual magnetic order in the pseudogap region of the superconductor HgBa(2)CuO(4+delta). Nature, 455, 372-375 doi:10.1038/nature07251.
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