Tuning of Hidden Order and Superconductivity in URu2Si2 by Applied Pressure and Re Substitution

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Single crystals of URu2-xRexSi2 have been grown via the Czochralski technique. Detailed electrical transport studies under pressure on single crystals of URu2Si2 confirm that the zero- temperature critical field is suppressed smoothly towards an extrapolated critical pressure of 15 kbar, which also corresponds to the accepted critical pressure of the hidden order phase. Improving on previous work on polycrystalline samples, studies of single crystals of URu2-xRexSi2 have provided more precise tracking of the suppression of both the hidden order phase at low doping and the ferromagnetic phase at intermediate Re concentrations.

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Butch, Nicholas P.; Jeffries, Jason R.; Yukich, Benjamin T. & Maple, M. Brian October 1, 2006.

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Single crystals of URu2-xRexSi2 have been grown via the Czochralski technique. Detailed electrical transport studies under pressure on single crystals of URu2Si2 confirm that the zero- temperature critical field is suppressed smoothly towards an extrapolated critical pressure of 15 kbar, which also corresponds to the accepted critical pressure of the hidden order phase. Improving on previous work on polycrystalline samples, studies of single crystals of URu2-xRexSi2 have provided more precise tracking of the suppression of both the hidden order phase at low doping and the ferromagnetic phase at intermediate Re concentrations.

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  • Materials Research Society, Fall 2006 Meeting; Boston, MA ; 11/27/06-12/01/06

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Butch, Nicholas P.; Jeffries, Jason R.; Yukich, Benjamin T. & Maple, M. Brian. Tuning of Hidden Order and Superconductivity in URu2Si2 by Applied Pressure and Re Substitution, article, October 1, 2006; United States. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc880693/: accessed October 20, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; crediting UNT Libraries Government Documents Department.