Disorder-Sensitive Phase Formation Linked to Metamagnetic Quantum Criticality

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Disorder-Sensitive Phase Formation Linked to Metamagnetic Quantum Criticality. / Grigera, Santiago; Gegenwart, P; Borzi, RA; Weickert, F; Schofield, Andrew; Perry, RS; Tayama, T; Sakakibara, T; Maeno, Y; Green, AG; Mackenzie, AP.

In: Science, Vol. 306, 01.01.2004, p. 1154-1157.

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Grigera, S, Gegenwart, P, Borzi, RA, Weickert, F, Schofield, A, Perry, RS, Tayama, T, Sakakibara, T, Maeno, Y, Green, AG & Mackenzie, AP 2004, 'Disorder-Sensitive Phase Formation Linked to Metamagnetic Quantum Criticality', Science, vol. 306, pp. 1154-1157. https://doi.org/10.1126/science.1104306

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Grigera, S., Gegenwart, P., Borzi, RA., Weickert, F., Schofield, A., Perry, RS., Tayama, T., Sakakibara, T., Maeno, Y., Green, AG., & Mackenzie, AP. (2004). Disorder-Sensitive Phase Formation Linked to Metamagnetic Quantum Criticality. Science, 306, 1154-1157. https://doi.org/10.1126/science.1104306

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Grigera, Santiago ; Gegenwart, P ; Borzi, RA ; Weickert, F ; Schofield, Andrew ; Perry, RS ; Tayama, T ; Sakakibara, T ; Maeno, Y ; Green, AG ; Mackenzie, AP. / Disorder-Sensitive Phase Formation Linked to Metamagnetic Quantum Criticality. In: Science. 2004 ; Vol. 306. pp. 1154-1157.

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AU - Tayama, T

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AU - Maeno, Y

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