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18 02, 2020

MAGNETIC SHAPE MEMORY EFFECTS AND MAGNETO-STRUCTURAL COUPLING IN Fe1+yTe

By | 2020-02-18T11:12:58+00:00 February 18th, 2020|SCI Highlights|0 Comments

S. Rößler, S. Wirth, MPI CPfS Dresden and Y. Skourski, HLD Dresden In recent years, the iron chalcogenides received considerable attention in the condensed-matter physics community which was mainly sparked by the discovery of superconductivity below Tc ≈ 8.5 K in bulk FeSe. The binary sister compound Fe1+yTe is [...]

13 02, 2020

PHASE-TRANSITION-INDUCED CARRIERMASS ENHANCEMENT IN 2D RUDDLESDEN− POPPER PEROVSKITES

By | 2020-02-17T09:38:29+00:00 February 13th, 2020|SCI Highlights|0 Comments

Michal Baranowski and Paulina Plochocka, LNCMI-Toulouse Organic-inorganic halide perovskites have become the “next big thing” in emerging semiconductor materials, with their unprecedented rapid development and successful application in high-performance photovoltaics. Yet, their inherent instabilities with respect to moisture remain a crucial challenge for these materials. This directed the interest [...]

13 02, 2020

Florent Durantel

By | 2020-02-13T16:28:45+00:00 February 13th, 2020|Meet Our People|0 Comments

LNCMI - Toulouse. I joined the LNCMI Toulouse last September, but I am not completely new, as I made a short stay in this laboratory quite a long time ago now! At that time, together with Loic Drigo, we developed a contactless measurement method in pulsed fields, and it [...]

12 02, 2020

NEGATIVE THERMAL EXPANSION IN A MAGNETICALLY FRUSTRATED SPINEL

By | 2020-02-12T12:54:52+00:00 February 12th, 2020|SCI Highlights|0 Comments

Lisa Rossi and Ben Bryant, HFML Nijmegen Frustrated magnets are materials with competing spin interactions, which cannot be simultaneously satisfied. While these materials have become most famous as a playground for novel phases, such as quantum spin liquids, they also exhibit technologically relevant properties, such as multiferroicity and an [...]

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