Iron Based Superconductors: Parent Antiferromagnet goes Insulating

Posted in Journal Articles on July 29, 2011 at 10:26 am by JCCMP

1. Superconductivity in the iron selenide KxFe2Se2 (0<=x<=1.0) Authors: J. G. Guo, S. F. Jin, G. Wang, S. Wang, K. Zhu, T. Zhou, M. He, and X. L. Chen arXiv:1012.2924, Phys. Rev. B 82, 180520(R) (2010)

2. Fe-based high temperature superconductivity
with Tc=31K bordering an insulating antiferromagnet in (Tl,K)FexSe2 crystals
Authors: Ming-Hu Fang, Hang-DongWang, Chi-Heng Dong, Zu-Juan Li, Chun-Mu Feng, Jian Chen and H. Q. Yuan
arXiv:1012.5236, EPL94, 27009 (2011)

Recommended with a Commentary by Qimiao Si, Rice University, Houston, TX, USA |View Commentary (PDF)|

DOI: 10.36471/JCCM_July_2011_03

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