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Current Problems in Condensed Matter by Sören Grabowski, Jörg Schmalian, K. H. Bennemann (auth.), J. PDF

By Sören Grabowski, Jörg Schmalian, K. H. Bennemann (auth.), J. L. Morán-López (eds.)

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This quantity comprises the papers awarded on the foreign Workshop at the Cur­ hire difficulties in Condensed subject: concept and scan, held at Cocoyoc, extra­ los, Mexico, in the course of January 5-9, 1997. The contributors had come from Argentina, Austria, Chile, England, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Mexico, Switzerland, and america. The displays on the Workshop supplied state-of-art stories of the various most crucial difficulties, presently lower than examine, in condensed subject. both very important to all of the members within the workshop was once the truth that we had come to honor a pal, Karl Heinz Bennemann, on his sixty-fifth birthday. This Festschrift is simply a small degree of popularity of the intellectualleadership of Professor Bennemann within the box and both vital, as a honest tribute to his features as an outstanding buddy, collage and mentor. those that have had the privilege to paintings heavily with Karl were deeply touched via Karl's inquisitive clinical brain in addition to by way of bis kindness and generosity.

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Ween the peaks related with the energy gap. The vertical lines represent the transition temperatures of the sinusoidal magnetic order TM1 and TM2. 5 K. ivity is believed to be of different symmetry timt in normal ACS superconductors. 65 K, due to the formation of two ferromagnetic transitions at 0. 75 K. We observed that in the heavy fermion system exists a subtle balance between antiferromagnetism and superconductivity, giving as a results a coexistence of the two phenomena. In the second compound magnetism tends to destroy superconductivity given place to the reentrant behavior.

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