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Igor A. Zaliznyak – 1st expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform

  • Superconductivity, Antiferromagnetism, and neutron scattering
    Journal of Magnetism and Magnetic Materials, 2014
    Co-Authors: John M. Tranquada, Guangyong Xu, Igor A. Zaliznyak

    Abstract:

    High-temperature superconductivity in both the copper-oxide and the iron-pnictide/chalcogenide systems occurs in close proximity to antiferromagnetically ordered states. Neutron scattering has been an essential technique for characterizing the spin correlations in the antiferromagnetic phases and for demonstrating how the spin fluctuations persist in the superconductors. While the nature of the spin correlations in the superconductors remains controversial, the neutron scattering measurements of magnetic excitations over broad ranges of energy and momentum transfers provide important constraints on the theoretical options. We present an overview of the neutron scattering work on high-temperature superconductors and discuss some of the outstanding issues. © 2013 Elsevier B.V.

  • superconductivity Antiferromagnetism and neutron scattering
    Journal of Magnetism and Magnetic Materials, 2014
    Co-Authors: John M. Tranquada, Guangyong Xu, Igor A. Zaliznyak

    Abstract:

    Abstract High-temperature superconductivity in both the copper-oxide and the iron–pnictide/chalcogenide systems occurs in close proximity to antiferromagnetically ordered states. Neutron scattering has been an essential technique for characterizing the spin correlations in the antiferromagnetic phases and for demonstrating how the spin fluctuations persist in the superconductors. While the nature of the spin correlations in the superconductors remains controversial, the neutron scattering measurements of magnetic excitations over broad ranges of energy and momentum transfers provide important constraints on the theoretical options. We present an overview of the neutron scattering work on high-temperature superconductors and discuss some of the outstanding issues.

John M. Tranquada – 2nd expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform

  • Superconductivity, Antiferromagnetism, and neutron scattering
    Journal of Magnetism and Magnetic Materials, 2014
    Co-Authors: John M. Tranquada, Guangyong Xu, Igor A. Zaliznyak

    Abstract:

    High-temperature superconductivity in both the copper-oxide and the iron-pnictide/chalcogenide systems occurs in close proximity to antiferromagnetically ordered states. Neutron scattering has been an essential technique for characterizing the spin correlations in the antiferromagnetic phases and for demonstrating how the spin fluctuations persist in the superconductors. While the nature of the spin correlations in the superconductors remains controversial, the neutron scattering measurements of magnetic excitations over broad ranges of energy and momentum transfers provide important constraints on the theoretical options. We present an overview of the neutron scattering work on high-temperature superconductors and discuss some of the outstanding issues. © 2013 Elsevier B.V.

  • superconductivity Antiferromagnetism and neutron scattering
    Journal of Magnetism and Magnetic Materials, 2014
    Co-Authors: John M. Tranquada, Guangyong Xu, Igor A. Zaliznyak

    Abstract:

    Abstract High-temperature superconductivity in both the copper-oxide and the iron–pnictide/chalcogenide systems occurs in close proximity to antiferromagnetically ordered states. Neutron scattering has been an essential technique for characterizing the spin correlations in the antiferromagnetic phases and for demonstrating how the spin fluctuations persist in the superconductors. While the nature of the spin correlations in the superconductors remains controversial, the neutron scattering measurements of magnetic excitations over broad ranges of energy and momentum transfers provide important constraints on the theoretical options. We present an overview of the neutron scattering work on high-temperature superconductors and discuss some of the outstanding issues.

Guangyong Xu – 3rd expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform

  • Superconductivity, Antiferromagnetism, and neutron scattering
    Journal of Magnetism and Magnetic Materials, 2014
    Co-Authors: John M. Tranquada, Guangyong Xu, Igor A. Zaliznyak

    Abstract:

    High-temperature superconductivity in both the copper-oxide and the iron-pnictide/chalcogenide systems occurs in close proximity to antiferromagnetically ordered states. Neutron scattering has been an essential technique for characterizing the spin correlations in the antiferromagnetic phases and for demonstrating how the spin fluctuations persist in the superconductors. While the nature of the spin correlations in the superconductors remains controversial, the neutron scattering measurements of magnetic excitations over broad ranges of energy and momentum transfers provide important constraints on the theoretical options. We present an overview of the neutron scattering work on high-temperature superconductors and discuss some of the outstanding issues. © 2013 Elsevier B.V.

  • superconductivity Antiferromagnetism and neutron scattering
    Journal of Magnetism and Magnetic Materials, 2014
    Co-Authors: John M. Tranquada, Guangyong Xu, Igor A. Zaliznyak

    Abstract:

    Abstract High-temperature superconductivity in both the copper-oxide and the iron–pnictide/chalcogenide systems occurs in close proximity to antiferromagnetically ordered states. Neutron scattering has been an essential technique for characterizing the spin correlations in the antiferromagnetic phases and for demonstrating how the spin fluctuations persist in the superconductors. While the nature of the spin correlations in the superconductors remains controversial, the neutron scattering measurements of magnetic excitations over broad ranges of energy and momentum transfers provide important constraints on the theoretical options. We present an overview of the neutron scattering work on high-temperature superconductors and discuss some of the outstanding issues.