Partial order in the non-Fermi-liquid phase of MnSi View Full Text


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2004-01

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C. Pfleiderer, D. Reznik, L. Pintschovius, H. v. Löhneysen, M. Garst, A. Rosch

ABSTRACT

Only a few metallic phases have been identified in pure crystalline materials. These include normal, ferromagnetic and antiferromagnetic metals, systems with spin and charge density wave order, and superconductors. Fermi-liquid theory provides a basis for the description of all of these phases. It has been suggested that non-Fermi-liquid phases of metals may exist in some heavy-fermion compounds and oxide materials, but the discovery of a characteristic microscopic signature of such phases presents a major challenge. The transition-metal compound MnSi above a certain pressure (p(c) = 14.6 kbar) provides what may be the cleanest example of an extended non-Fermi-liquid phase in a three-dimensional metal. The bulk properties of MnSi suggest that long-range magnetic order is suppressed at p(c) (refs 7-12). Here we report neutron diffraction measurements of MnSi, revealing that sizeable quasi-static magnetic moments survive far into the non-Fermi-liquid phase. These moments are organized in an unusual pattern with partial long-range order. Our observation supports the existence of novel metallic phases with partial ordering of the conduction electrons (reminiscent of liquid crystals), as proposed for the high-temperature superconductors and heavy-fermion compounds. More... »

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227

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Nature

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6971

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427

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