Hidden Order and Exotic Superconductivity in the Heavy-Fermion Compound URu2Si2 (Springer Theses)

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In this thesis, the author investigates hidden-order phase transition at T0 = 17.5 K in the heavy-fermion URu2Si2. The four-fold rotational symmetry breaking in the hidden order phase, which imposes a strong constraint on the theoretical model, is observed through the magnetic torque measurement. The translationally invariant phase with broken rotational symmetry is interpreted as meaning that the hidden-order phase is an electronic “nematic” phase. The observation of such nematicity in URu2Si2 indicates a ubiquitous nature among the strongly correlated electron systems.

The author also studies the superconducting state of URu2Si2 below Tc = 1.4 K, which coexists with the hidden-order phase. A peculiar vortex penetration in the superconducting state is found, which may be related to the rotational symmetry breaking in the hidden-order phase. The author also identifies a vortex lattice melting transition. This transport study provides essential clues to the underlying issue of quasiparticle dynamics as to whether a quasiparticle Bloch state is realized in the periodic vortex lattice.

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Book Description Condition: New. Publisher/Verlag: Springer, Berlin | In this book, the author investigates hidden-order phase transition at T0 = 17.5 K in the heavy-fermion URu2Si2. The author also studies the superconducting state of URu2Si2 below Tc = 1.4 K, which coexists with the hidden-order phase. | In this thesis, the author investigates hidden-order phase transition at T 0 = 17.5 K in the heavy-fermion URu 2 Si 2 . The four-fold rotational symmetry breaking in the hidden order phase, which imposes a strong constraint on the theoretical model, is observed through the magnetic torque measurement. The translationally invariant phase with broken rotational symmetry is interpreted as meaning that the hidden-order phase is an electronic "nematic" phase. The observation of such nematicity in URu 2 Si 2 indicates a ubiquitous nature among the strongly correlated electron systems.The author also studies the superconducting state of URu 2 Si 2 below T c = 1.4 K, which coexists with the hidden-order phase. A peculiar vortex penetration in the superconducting state is found, which may be related to the rotational symmetry breaking in the hidden-order phase. The author also identifies a vortex lattice melting transition. This transport study provides essential clues to the underlying issue of quasiparticle dynamics as to whether a quasiparticle Bloch state is realized in the periodic vortex lattice. | Introduction.- Heavy-Fermion Superconductor URu 2 Si 2 .- Magnetic torque Study on the Hidden-Order Phase.- Lower Critical Field Study on the Superconducting Phase.- Vortex Lattice Melting Transition.- Conclusion. | Format: Hardback | Language/Sprache: english | 339 gr | 243x162x14 mm | 102 pp. Seller Inventory # K9784431545910

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