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Magnetic Properties of Uranium Based Ferromagnetic Superconductors

by Serdar Sakarya

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Published by IOS Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Semi-conductors & super-conductors,
  • Science / Physics,
  • Material Science,
  • Physics,
  • Science,
  • Science/Mathematics

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages196
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL12317759M
    ISBN 101586037196
    ISBN 109781586037192

    the uranium ferromagnetic materials are presented. On the basis of microscopic theory is shown So, it is natural to consider these ferromagnetic superconductors as triplet superconductors similar to super uid Here we present the survey of the theory and the physical properties of the superconducting uranium compounds. Review of U-based Ferromagnetic Superconductors: Comparison between magnetic fluctuations in strongly anisotropic media with specific heat, the upper critical field, and other concrete properties of uranium ferromagnet superconductors. Special attention is paid to the peculiar phenomenon of reentrant superconductivity in URhGe [30]. In.

    Uranium-based ferromagnetic superconductivity For a long time, ferromagnetism and superconductivity were considered to be incompatible. The 5f electrons of uranium compounds, instead, have the special characteristic of being responsible at the same time for both ferromagnetism and superconductivity, two states that are considered to coexist.   The interplay between ferromagnetism (FM) and superconductivity (SC) has attracted sustained attention in condensed matter physics for decades [1, 2].Generally, magnetic fields (including internal magnetic fields in a ferromagnet) suppress SC in two ways: an orbital effect [] and, for spin-singlet SC, the paramagnetic effect [].Because of the pair-breaking effect, a tiny amount of magnetic.

      The coexistence of superconductivity and ferromagnetism in uranium compounds affect the electric and magnetic properties in transition metal H. Iron-based layered superconductor: LaOFeP.   There are uranium compounds that are some of the few examples of unconventional superconducting materials with two antagonistic properties: ferromagnetism and superconductivity. Until now, superconductivity, the property belonging to certain materials whereby they conduct electricity without resistance or losses, has been achieved only by.


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Cited by: 2. Order Magnetic Properties of Uranium Based Ferromagnetic Superconductors ISBN @ € Qty: Ferromagnetism and superconductivity have long been thought to be mutually exclusive. Recently however it was found that the compounds UGe2, URhGe and UIr belong to a class of materials in which ferromagnetisme and superconductivity appear simultaneously.

Get this from a library. Magnetic properties of uranium based ferromagnetic superconductors. [Serdar Sakarya]. Magnetic Properties of Uranium Based Ferromagnetic Superconductors PROEFSCHRIFT ter verkrijging van de graad van doctor aan de Technische Universiteit Delft, op gezag van de Rector Magnificus Prof.

J.T. Fokkema, voorzitter van het College voor Promoties, in het openbaar te verdedigen op maandag 5 februari om uur door. Magnetic Properties of Uranium Based Ferromagnetic Superconductors Imprint: Delft University Press Author: S.

Sakarya Januarypp., softcover ISBN: Price: US$75 / €60 / £41 Ferromagnetism and superconductivity have long been thought to be mutually exclusive. Recently however it was found that the compounds UGe 2. Magnetic and transport properties for U 3 P 4 and U 3 As 4 single crystals were measured.

In U 3 As 4, at 77K the spin orientational transition was observed at 30T of the magnetic field for the direction deviate 10 degree from the to positive magnetoresistance was observed up to 60K. In U 3 P 4, the NMR measurement in the paramagnetic region revealed.

Thanks to the discovery in the last decade of three uranium ferromagnetic superconductors, UGe 2, URhGe and UCoGe, the fascinating aspects of the interplay between the triplet state of Cooper pairing and ferromagnetism have rmore, as the ferromagnetic properties in the normal state are quite different with respect to the proximity of the ferromagnetic.

Serdar Sakarya (), Magnetic properties of uranium based ferromagnetic superconductors Naveed Iqbal (), Solidification, real-time investigation of grain nucleation and growth during liquid to solid phase transformation of aluminium alloys [ PDF ].

Its superconducting properties resembled those of rare superconductors that are also simultaneously ferromagnetic – acting like low-temperature permanent magnets. Yet, curiously, UTe 2 is itself not ferromagnetic. “That makes UTe 2 fundamentally new for that reason alone,” Butch said.

It is also highly resistant to magnetic fields. The discovery in that the ferromagnetic (FM) compound UGe 2 (T Curie = 52 K at ambient pressure) becomes superconducting under a pressure of P = GPa until it enters the paramagnetic (PM) phase above P c = GPa was a surprise, despite the fact that such a possibility was emphasized in theory four decades ago.

Successive searches for new. Fig. 1 Structure of UTe 2. (A) Global phase diagram of ferromagnetic superconductors; UTe 2 is located at the paramagnetic end of the series.(B) A photo of a single crystal of UTe 2 grown using chemical vapor transport method on the millimeter scale.(C) Crystal structure of UTe 2, with U atoms in blue and Te atoms in U atoms sit on chains.

Magnetic Properties of Uranium Based Ferromagnetic Superconductors. By S. Sakarya. Abstract. Ferromagnetism and superconductivity have long been thought to be mutually exclusive.

Recently however it was found that the compounds UGe2, URhGe and UIr belong to a class of materials in which ferromagnetisme and superconductivity appear. There is proposed a phenomenological description of quasielastic neutron scattering in the ferromagnetic metals UGe 2 and UCoGe based on their property that magnetization supported by the moments located at uranium atoms is not a conserved quantity relaxing to equilibrium by the interaction with an itinerant electron subsystem.

As a result the linewidth of quasielastic. Magnetic Properties of Uranium Based Ferromagnetic Superconductors. Author. Sakarya, S. Contributor. De Schepper, I.M. (promotor) Faculty. Applied Sciences. Date. Abstract. Ferromagnetism and superconductivity have long.

The cell center, consisting of a pair of CENTRIOLES surrounded by a cloud of amorphous material called the pericentriolar region. During | Explore the latest full. According to magnetic properties and the values of magnetic susceptibility, substances are divided into three important groups: diamagnetic, paramagnetic and ferromagnetic.

In. based on the presence of 4f (cerium, ytterbium) or 5f (uranium, neptunium, plutonium) electrons, which are quite ready to become magnetic, is that moderate pres-sure and even magnetic field can drive them to mag-netic instability i.e. from long range magnetic order (AF or FM) to paramagnetic (PM) ground state at a criti-cal pressure P c.

Macroscopic homogeneous coexistence of ferromagnetism and superconductivity has been clearly establis 12, 13 in three uranium based systems: UGe 2 (ref. 14) under pressure, URhGe 15 and.

Recent discoveries of new materials and improvements in calorimetric techniques have given new impetus to the subject of specific heat. Nevertheless, there is a lack of literature on the subject. This study, which seeks to remedy that, is concerned mainly with the specific heat of matter at ordinary temperatures.

It discusses the principles that underlie the theory of specific heat and. The team stumbled upon UTe 2 while exploring uranium-based magnets, whose electronic properties can be tuned as desired by changing their chemistry, pressure or magnetic field—a useful feature. Both the static and dynamic normal modes of ferromagnetic superconductors are obtained theoretically as the coupled modes of spin, photon and electric current.

With the use of these normal modes, we study, from a unified viewpoint, the static and dynamic electromagnetic properties of the bulk, surface and film of ferromagnetic superconductors.Starting from the London-type model, we study the domain structures in ferromagnetic superconductors taking account of the nucleation of vortices and antivortices coupled to the magnetic texture.

We predict that the coupling between domains and vortices results in the formation of two energetically favorable domain configurations: (i) a Meissner-type vortex-free. New opportunities opened up once europium-based ferromagnetic superconductors became available.

A phosphorus-doped compound of europium, iron, and arsenic with the formula EuFe 2 As 2 is an example.