Magnetism in Heavy Fermion Systems

Magnetism in Heavy Fermion Systems

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Magnetism in Heavy Fermion Systems is a review volume which covers an important subset of topics in the field of heavy fermion and non-Fermi liquid physics. It summarizes much of the experimental information in these areas, and includes an article which discusses theoretical interpretations of the complex magnetic behavior of heavy fermion systems. The topics covered include heavy fermion superconductivity, muon spin relaxation in small-moment heavy fermions, neutron scattering from heavy fermions, random localized magnetism in heavy fermions, and magnetism in Pr-containing cuprates. One feature of the book which should be helpful to graduate students and new workers in the field is the extensive references and a separate list of review articles.One then opens up the question of phenomenon such as bose condensation with possible ramifications for heavy fermion superconductivity. This situation would be ... and triplet (c) Fig. 10. Schematic display of nonmagnetic (singlet) V* and 321.

Title:Magnetism in Heavy Fermion Systems
Author:Harry Brian Radousky
Publisher:World Scientific - 2000-10-25


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