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Suppression of the martensitic phase transition and the effect on superconductivity in HfV2
journal contributionposted on 2006-05-11, 13:48 authored by Sebastian Dressler, Jonathan W. Taylor, B. Ouladdiaf, Klaus-Ulrich Neumann, K.R.A. Ziebeck
HfV2 has been classified as a heavy Fermion system with a superconducting ground state characteristic of strong electron phonon coupling. An instability of the lattice at 117 K is believed to significantly influence the onset of superconductivity below ,9 K. Neutron diffraction and magnetisation measurements carried out on a specimen in which the structural phase transition has been suppressed reveal that the superconducting transition is only slightly reduced to 8:1 ^ 0:1 K:
CitationDRESSLER, S. ... et al., 2000. Suppression of the martensitic phase transition and the effect on superconductivity in HfV2. Solid State Communications, 113 (11), pp.649-651.
NotesThis article has been published in the journal, Solid State Communications [© Elsevier]. It is available at: http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/journal/00381098.