Strong peak in Tc of Sr2RuO4 under uniaxial pressure

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Strong peak in Tc of Sr2RuO4 under uniaxial pressure. / Steppke, Alexander; Zhao, Lishan; Barber, Mark E.; Scaffidi, Thomas; Jerzembeck, Fabian; Rosner, Helge; Gibbs, Alexandra S.; Maeno, Yoshiteru; Simon, Steven H.; Mackenzie, Andrew P.; Hicks, Clifford W.

In: Science, Vol. 355, No. 6321, eaaf9398, 13.01.2017.

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Steppke, A, Zhao, L, Barber, ME, Scaffidi, T, Jerzembeck, F, Rosner, H, Gibbs, AS, Maeno, Y, Simon, SH, Mackenzie, AP & Hicks, CW 2017, 'Strong peak in Tc of Sr2RuO4 under uniaxial pressure', Science, vol. 355, no. 6321, eaaf9398. https://doi.org/10.1126/science.aaf9398

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Steppke, A., Zhao, L., Barber, M. E., Scaffidi, T., Jerzembeck, F., Rosner, H., Gibbs, A. S., Maeno, Y., Simon, S. H., Mackenzie, A. P., & Hicks, C. W. (2017). Strong peak in Tc of Sr2RuO4 under uniaxial pressure. Science, 355(6321), [eaaf9398]. https://doi.org/10.1126/science.aaf9398

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Steppke A, Zhao L, Barber ME, Scaffidi T, Jerzembeck F, Rosner H et al. Strong peak in Tc of Sr2RuO4 under uniaxial pressure. Science. 2017 Jan 13;355(6321). eaaf9398. https://doi.org/10.1126/science.aaf9398

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Steppke, Alexander ; Zhao, Lishan ; Barber, Mark E. ; Scaffidi, Thomas ; Jerzembeck, Fabian ; Rosner, Helge ; Gibbs, Alexandra S. ; Maeno, Yoshiteru ; Simon, Steven H. ; Mackenzie, Andrew P. ; Hicks, Clifford W. / Strong peak in Tc of Sr2RuO4 under uniaxial pressure. In: Science. 2017 ; Vol. 355, No. 6321.

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abstract = "The material Sr2RuO4 has long been thought to exhibit an exotic, odd-parity kind of superconductivity, not unlike the superfluidity in 3He. How would perturbing this material's electronic structure affect its superconductivity? Steppke et al. put the material under large uniaxial pressure and found that the critical temperature more than doubled and then fell as a function of strain (see the Perspective by Shen). The maximum critical temperature roughly coincided with the point at which the material's Fermi surface underwent a topological change. One intriguing possibility is that squeezing changed the parity of the superconducting gap from odd to even.",
author = "Alexander Steppke and Lishan Zhao and Barber, {Mark E.} and Thomas Scaffidi and Fabian Jerzembeck and Helge Rosner and Gibbs, {Alexandra S.} and Yoshiteru Maeno and Simon, {Steven H.} and Mackenzie, {Andrew P.} and Hicks, {Clifford W.}",
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AU - Rosner, Helge

AU - Gibbs, Alexandra S.

AU - Maeno, Yoshiteru

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AU - Mackenzie, Andrew P.

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AB - The material Sr2RuO4 has long been thought to exhibit an exotic, odd-parity kind of superconductivity, not unlike the superfluidity in 3He. How would perturbing this material's electronic structure affect its superconductivity? Steppke et al. put the material under large uniaxial pressure and found that the critical temperature more than doubled and then fell as a function of strain (see the Perspective by Shen). The maximum critical temperature roughly coincided with the point at which the material's Fermi surface underwent a topological change. One intriguing possibility is that squeezing changed the parity of the superconducting gap from odd to even.

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