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Heisenberg Model Analysis On Inelastic Powder Neutron Scattering Data Using Parent And K Doped Bamn2as2 Samples, Mehmet Ramazanoglu, Aashish Sapkota, Abhishek Pandey, Jagat Lamsal, Douglas L. Abernathy, Jennifer L. Niedziela, Matthew B. Stone, R. Salci, D. A. Acar, F. O. Oztirpan, Şener Ozonder, Andreas Kreyssig, Alan I. Goldman, David C. Johnston, Robert J. Mcqueeney
Heisenberg Model Analysis On Inelastic Powder Neutron Scattering Data Using Parent And K Doped Bamn2as2 Samples, Mehmet Ramazanoglu, Aashish Sapkota, Abhishek Pandey, Jagat Lamsal, Douglas L. Abernathy, Jennifer L. Niedziela, Matthew B. Stone, R. Salci, D. A. Acar, F. O. Oztirpan, Şener Ozonder, Andreas Kreyssig, Alan I. Goldman, David C. Johnston, Robert J. Mcqueeney
A. I. Goldman
Low temperature powder inelastic neutron scattering measurements were performed on three different powder samples; parent BaMn2As2,12.5% Kdoped Ba0.875K0.125Mn2As2 and 25% Kdoped Ba(0.75)K0.25Mn2As2. The Heisenberg Model involving J1‐J2‐Jz coupling constants were compared to the data by a powder integration routine using Monte Carlo integration methods. The best magnetic parameters were selected using a chisquare test where model intensities were compared to the full (q,E) dependence of magnetic scattering. A key step to this analysis is the characterization of the background which is formed mostly by phonon scattering intensities along with ...
Loop Currents And Anomalous Hall Effect From TimeReversal SymmetryBreaking Superconductivity On The Honeycomb Lattice, P.M.R. Brydon, D.S.L. Abergel, Daniel Agterberg, Victor M. Yakovenko
Loop Currents And Anomalous Hall Effect From TimeReversal SymmetryBreaking Superconductivity On The Honeycomb Lattice, P.M.R. Brydon, D.S.L. Abergel, Daniel Agterberg, Victor M. Yakovenko
Physics Faculty Articles
We study a tightbinding model on the honeycomb lattice of chiral dwave superconductivity that breaks timereversal symmetry. Because of its nontrivial sublattice structure, we show that it is possible to construct a gaugeinvariant timereversalodd bilinear of the pairing potential. The existence of this bilinear reflects the sublattice polarization of the pairing state. We show that it generates persistent loop current correlations around each lattice site and opens a topological mass gap at the Dirac points, resembling Haldane’s model of the anomalous quantum Hall effect. In addition to the usual chiral dwave edge states, there also exist electronlike ...
Use Of Cernox Thermometers In Ac Specific Heat Measurements Under Pressure, Elena Gati, Gil Drachuck, Li Xiang, LinLin Wang, Sergey L. Bud’Ko, Paul C. Canfield
Use Of Cernox Thermometers In Ac Specific Heat Measurements Under Pressure, Elena Gati, Gil Drachuck, Li Xiang, LinLin Wang, Sergey L. Bud’Ko, Paul C. Canfield
Ames Laboratory Accepted Manuscripts
We report on the resistance behavior of barechip Cernox thermometers under pressures up to 2 GPa, generated in a pistoncylinder pressure cell. Our results clearly show that Cernox thermometers, frequently used in lowtemperature experiments due to their high sensitivity, remain highly sensitive even under applied pressure. We show that these thermometers are therefore ideally suited for measurements of heat capacity under pressure utilizing an ac oscillation technique up to at least 150 K. Our Cernoxbased system is very accurate in determining changes in the specific heat as a function of pressure as demonstrated by measurements of the heat capacity on ...
Ternary Inorganic Electrides With Mixed Bonding, Junjie Wang, Qiang Zhu, Zhenhai Wang, Hideo Hosono
Ternary Inorganic Electrides With Mixed Bonding, Junjie Wang, Qiang Zhu, Zhenhai Wang, Hideo Hosono
Physics & Astronomy Faculty Publications
A highthroughput screening based on firstprinciples calculations was performed to search for new ternary inorganic electrides. From the available materials database, we identified three new thermodynamically stable materials (Li12Mg3Si4, NaBa2O, and Ca5Ga2N4) as potential electrides made by main group elements, in addition to the well known mayenite based electride (C12A7:e−). Different from those conventional inorganic electrides in which the excess electrons play only the role of anions, the three new materials, resembling the electrides found in simple metals under high pressure, possess mixed ionic and metallic bonding. The interplay between two competing mechanisms, together with the different crystal packing ...
Holographic Models For Strongly Coupled Phases Of Matter, Anthony Hoover
Holographic Models For Strongly Coupled Phases Of Matter, Anthony Hoover
Theses and Dissertations
This thesis examines magnetotransport in holographic models that describe gravity coupled to a nonlinear gauge field sector and scalars. Momentum dissipation in the system is generated by including axionic terms which break translational invariance. Such theories can be used to describe systems with nonlinear interactions between charge carriers, which are expected to play an important role in strongly correlated electron matter. The first model studied in the thesis is based on the DiracBornInfeld Dbrane action. We construct new fully backreacted black hole solutions to this theory and compute the associated conductivities, using holographic techniques. We show that some of these ...
Argon Metastable And Resonant Level Densities In Ar And Ar/Cl² Discharges Used For The Processing Of Bulk Niobium, Jeremy Peshl, Roderick Mcneill, Charles I. Sukenik, Milka Nikolić, Svetozar Popović, Leposava Vŭsković
Argon Metastable And Resonant Level Densities In Ar And Ar/Cl² Discharges Used For The Processing Of Bulk Niobium, Jeremy Peshl, Roderick Mcneill, Charles I. Sukenik, Milka Nikolić, Svetozar Popović, Leposava Vŭsković
Physics Faculty Publications
A comparative analysis of two popular spectroscopy techniques is conducted in a coaxial cylindrical capacitively coupled discharge designed for the plasma processing of superconducting radio frequency (SRF) cavities. The density of the metastable and resonant levels in Ar is measured in both Ar and Ar/Cl_{2} discharges to properly characterize the unique discharge system and aid in the development of a cavity etching routine. The first method, deemed the “branching fraction method,” utilizes the sensitivity of photon reabsorption of radiative decay to measure the lower state (metastable and resonant) densities by taking ratios of spectral lines with a common ...
Intense Terahertz LightQuantum Quench And Control Of Superconductivity, Xu Yang
Intense Terahertz LightQuantum Quench And Control Of Superconductivity, Xu Yang
Graduate Theses and Dissertations
This thesis summarizes my PhD work on intense Terahertz (THz) lightquantum quench and control of superconductivity. BCS superconductor Nb3Sn and iron based superconductor Ba(Fe1xCox)2As2 are studied by intense THz/optical pump/weak THz probe ultrafast spectroscopy. I design and develop the experiment setup that reaches the strongest THz pump reported so far in similar tabletop congurations. Single cycle THz pulses up to MV/cm peak E eld open up a new regime to explore the quantum dynamics and emergent phase in condensed matter system, including superconducting (SC) condensate, topological Dirac fermions, exciton phase transition, quantum coherence in perovskite ...
Scanning Tunneling Spectroscopy Investigations Of SuperconductingDoped Topological Insulators: Experimental Pitfalls And Results, Stefan Wilfert, Paolo Sessi, Zhiwei Wang, Henrik Schmidt, M. Carmen MartínezVelarte, Seng Huat Lee, Yew San Hor, Alexander F. Otte, Yoichi Ando, Weida Wu, Matthias Bode
Scanning Tunneling Spectroscopy Investigations Of SuperconductingDoped Topological Insulators: Experimental Pitfalls And Results, Stefan Wilfert, Paolo Sessi, Zhiwei Wang, Henrik Schmidt, M. Carmen MartínezVelarte, Seng Huat Lee, Yew San Hor, Alexander F. Otte, Yoichi Ando, Weida Wu, Matthias Bode
Physics Faculty Research & Creative Works
Recently, the doping of topological insulators has attracted significant interest as a potential route towards topological superconductivity. Because many experimental techniques lack sufficient surface sensitivity, however, definite proof of the coexistence of topological surface states and surface superconductivity is still outstanding. Here we report on highly surface sensitive scanning tunneling microscopy and spectroscopy experiments performed on Tldoped Bi_{2}Te_{3}, a threedimensional topological insulator which becomes superconducting in the bulk at T_{C}=2.3 K. Landau level spectroscopy as well as quasiparticle interference mapping clearly demonstrated the presence of a topological surface state with a Dirac point energy ...
Universal Doping Evolution Of The Superconducting Gap Anisotropy In Single Crystals Of ElectronDoped Ba(Fe1Xrhx)(2)As2 From London Penetration Depth Measurements, Hyunsoo Kim, Makariy A. Tanatar, C. Martin, E. C. Blomberg, Ni Ni, Sergey L. Bud’Ko, Paul C. Canfield, Ruslan Prozorov
Universal Doping Evolution Of The Superconducting Gap Anisotropy In Single Crystals Of ElectronDoped Ba(Fe1Xrhx)(2)As2 From London Penetration Depth Measurements, Hyunsoo Kim, Makariy A. Tanatar, C. Martin, E. C. Blomberg, Ni Ni, Sergey L. Bud’Ko, Paul C. Canfield, Ruslan Prozorov
Ames Laboratory Accepted Manuscripts
Doping evolution of the superconducting gap anisotropy was studied in single crystals of 4delectron doped Ba(Fe1xRhx)(2)As2 using tunnel diode resonator measurements of the temperature variation of the London penetration depth Delta lambda(T). Single crystals with doping levels representative of an underdoped regime x = 0.039 (Tc = 15.5 K), close to optimal doping x = 0.057 (Tc = 24.4 K) and overdoped x = 0.079 (Tc = 21.5 K) and x = 0.131 (Tc = 4.9 K) were studied. Superconducting energy gap anisotropy was characterized by the exponent, n, by fitting the data to the powerlaw ...
Current Induced Depairing And Mixed State Behavior In The Bite/Fete Interfacial Superconductor, Charles Louis Dean Ii
Current Induced Depairing And Mixed State Behavior In The Bite/Fete Interfacial Superconductor, Charles Louis Dean Ii
Theses and Dissertations
The Bi2Te3/FeTe heterostructure intersects several phenomena and key classes of materials in condensed matter physics: topological insulators, superconductivity, magnetism, and the physics of interfaces. While neither the topological insulator (BiTe) nor the iron chalcogenide (FeTe) are themselves superconductors, superconductivity forms in a thin 7nm interfacial layer between the two. The restricted dimensionality and the extraordinarily conductive normal state, possibly sourced by the topologically protected surface states, have led to the observation of novel phenomena such as the Likharev vortex explosion and transitions in behavior resulting from the interplay between current induced depairing and the BerezinskiKosterlitzThouless regime. The measured depairing ...
Pressure Effects On Magnetism And Superconductivity, Udhara Sampath Kaluarachchi
Pressure Effects On Magnetism And Superconductivity, Udhara Sampath Kaluarachchi
Graduate Theses and Dissertations
This thesis summarizes experimental work using high pressure as a tuning parameter in the study of selected correlated electron systems at low temperatures. This thesis contains 8 chapters and 2 appendices. After giving the introduction in Chapter 1, experimental techniques are discussed in Chapter 2. Chapters 3 and 5 are devoted to pressure studies of ferromagnetic materials. In ferromagnetic systems, the appearance of quantum criticality is avoided either by a change of the second order transition to one of the firstorder at a tricritical point or by the appearance of modulated, antiferromagnetic, phase. Chapter 3 summarizes the pressure study of ...
Heisenberg Model Analysis On Inelastic Powder Neutron Scattering Data Using Parent And K Doped Bamn2as2 Samples, Mehmet Ramazanoglu, Aashish Sapkota, Abhishek Pandey, Jagat Lamsal, Douglas L. Abernathy, Jennifer L. Niedziela, Matthew B. Stone, R. Salci, D. A. Acar, F. O. Oztirpan, Şener Ozonder, Andreas Kreyssig, Alan I. Goldman, David C. Johnston, Robert J. Mcqueeney
Heisenberg Model Analysis On Inelastic Powder Neutron Scattering Data Using Parent And K Doped Bamn2as2 Samples, Mehmet Ramazanoglu, Aashish Sapkota, Abhishek Pandey, Jagat Lamsal, Douglas L. Abernathy, Jennifer L. Niedziela, Matthew B. Stone, R. Salci, D. A. Acar, F. O. Oztirpan, Şener Ozonder, Andreas Kreyssig, Alan I. Goldman, David C. Johnston, Robert J. Mcqueeney
Ames Laboratory Accepted Manuscripts
Low temperature powder inelastic neutron scattering measurements were performed on three different powder samples; parent BaMn2As2,12.5% Kdoped Ba0.875K0.125Mn2As2 and 25% Kdoped Ba(0.75)K0.25Mn2As2. The Heisenberg Model involving J1‐J2‐Jz coupling constants were compared to the data by a powder integration routine using Monte Carlo integration methods. The best magnetic parameters were selected using a chisquare test where model intensities were compared to the full (q,E) dependence of magnetic scattering. A key step to this analysis is the characterization of the background which is formed mostly by phonon scattering intensities along with ...
NonCentrosymmetric Superconductivity And Magnetism In The Presence Of Broken Symmetries, Mojammel Alam Khan
NonCentrosymmetric Superconductivity And Magnetism In The Presence Of Broken Symmetries, Mojammel Alam Khan
LSU Doctoral Dissertations
Noncentrosymmetric (NC) superconducting and magnetic compounds have been synthesized and investigated using magnetic, specific heat, and transport measurements, as well as by neutron scattering and quantum oscillations. The crystal structures of NC compounds are defined by the lack of an inversion center. In NC superconductors, a finite antisymmetric spin orbit coupling originating from broken inversion symmetry results in unconventional Cooper pairing. Instead of a single spin channel, the order parameter is a mixture of spinsinglet and spintriplet states. For NC magnetic compounds, the antisymmetric and isotropic spin interactions compete, leading to a helical ground state.
We have studied the NC ...
Effective OneDimensional Coupling In The Highly Frustrated SquareLattice Itinerant Magnet Caco 2 − Y As 2, Aashish Sapkota, B. G. Ueland, V. K. Anand, N. S. Sangeetha, D. L. Abernathy, M. B. Stone, J. L. Niedziela, D. C. Johnston, A. Kreyssig, A. I. Goldman, R. J. Mcqueeney
Effective OneDimensional Coupling In The Highly Frustrated SquareLattice Itinerant Magnet Caco 2 − Y As 2, Aashish Sapkota, B. G. Ueland, V. K. Anand, N. S. Sangeetha, D. L. Abernathy, M. B. Stone, J. L. Niedziela, D. C. Johnston, A. Kreyssig, A. I. Goldman, R. J. Mcqueeney
Ames Laboratory Accepted Manuscripts
Inelastic neutron scattering measurements on the itinerant antiferromagnet CaCo2−yAs2 at a temperature of 8 K reveal two orthogonal planes of scattering perpendicular to the Co square lattice in reciprocal space, demonstrating the presence of effective onedimensional spin interactions. These results are shown to arise from nearperfect bond frustration within the J1J2 Heisenberg model on a square lattice with ferromagnetic J1 and hence indicate that the extensive previous experimental and theoretical study of the J1J2 Heisenberg model on localmoment square spin lattices should be expanded to include itinerant spin systems.
Pressure Induced HalfCollapsedTetragonal Phase In Cakfe4as4, Udhara Kaluarachchi, Valentin Taufour, Aashish Sapkota, Vladislav Borisov, Tai Kong, W. R. Meier, Karunakar Kothapalli, Benjamin G. Ueland, Andreas Kreyssig, Roser Valenti, Robert J. Mcqueeney, Alan I. Goldman, Sergey L. Bud'ko, Paul C. Canfield
Pressure Induced HalfCollapsedTetragonal Phase In Cakfe4as4, Udhara Kaluarachchi, Valentin Taufour, Aashish Sapkota, Vladislav Borisov, Tai Kong, W. R. Meier, Karunakar Kothapalli, Benjamin G. Ueland, Andreas Kreyssig, Roser Valenti, Robert J. Mcqueeney, Alan I. Goldman, Sergey L. Bud'ko, Paul C. Canfield
Ames Laboratory Accepted Manuscripts
We report the temperaturepressure phase diagram of CaKFe4As4 established using highpressure electrical resistivity, magnetization, and highenergy xray diffraction measurements up to 6 GPa. With increasing pressure, both resistivity and magnetization data show that the bulk superconducting transition of CaKFe4As4 is suppressed and then disappears at p≳4 GPa. Highpressure xray data clearly indicate a phase transition to a collapsed tetragonal phase in CaKFe4As4 under pressure that coincides with the abrupt loss of bulk superconductivity near 4 GPa. The xray data, combined with resistivity data, indicate that the collapsed tetragonal transition line is essentially independent of pressure, occurring at 4.0 ...
Calorimetric Measurements Of MagneticFieldInduced Inhomogeneous Superconductivity Above The Paramagnetic Limit, Charles C. Agosta, Nathanael Alexander Fortune, Scott T. Hannahs, Shuyao Gu, Lucy Liang, JuHyun Park, John A. Schleuter
Calorimetric Measurements Of MagneticFieldInduced Inhomogeneous Superconductivity Above The Paramagnetic Limit, Charles C. Agosta, Nathanael Alexander Fortune, Scott T. Hannahs, Shuyao Gu, Lucy Liang, JuHyun Park, John A. Schleuter
Physics: Faculty Publications
We report the first magnetocaloric and calorimetric observations of a magneticfieldinduced phase transition within a superconducting state to the longsought exotic FuldeFerrellLarkinOvchinnikov (FFLO) superconducting state, first predicted over 50 years ago. Through the combination of bulk thermodynamic calorimetric and magnetocaloric measurements in the organic superconductor κ−(BEDT−TTF)2Cu(NCS)2 as a function of temperature, magnetic field strength, and magnetic field orientation, we establish for the first time that this fieldinduced firstorder phase transition at the paramagnetic limit Hp is a transition to a higherentropy superconducting phase, uniquely characteristic of the FFLO state. We also establish that this highfield ...
Crabbing System For An ElectronIon Collider, Alejandro Castilla
Crabbing System For An ElectronIon Collider, Alejandro Castilla
Physics Theses & Dissertations
As high energy and nuclear physicists continue to push further the boundaries of knowledge using colliders, there is an imperative need, not only to increase the colliding beams’ energies, but also to improve the accuracy of the experiments, and to collect a large quantity of events with good statistical sensitivity. To achieve the latter, it is necessary to collect more data by increasing the rate at which these pro cesses are being produced and detected in the machine. This rate of events depends directly on the machine’s luminosity. The luminosity itself is proportional to the frequency at which the ...
Nonlinear Dynamics Of Vortices In Different Types Of Grain Boundaries, Ahmad K. Sheikhzada
Nonlinear Dynamics Of Vortices In Different Types Of Grain Boundaries, Ahmad K. Sheikhzada
Physics Theses & Dissertations
As a major component of linear particle accelerators, superconducting radiofrequency (SRF) resonator cavities are required to operate with lowest energy dissipation and highest accelerating gradient. SRF cavities are made of polycrystalline materials in which grain boundaries can limit maximum RF currents and produce additional power dissipation sources due to local penetration of Josephson vortices. The essential physics of vortex penetration and mechanisms of dissipation of vortices driven by strong RF currents along networks of grain boundaries and their contribution to the residual surface resistance have not been well understood. To evaluate how GBs can limit the performance of SRF materials ...
Rotational Symmetry Breaking In A Trigonal Superconductor NbDoped Bi₂Se₃, T. Asaba, B. J. Lawson, C. Tinsman, L. Chen, P. Corbae, G. Li, Y. Qiu, Yew San Hor, L. Fu, L. Li
Rotational Symmetry Breaking In A Trigonal Superconductor NbDoped Bi₂Se₃, T. Asaba, B. J. Lawson, C. Tinsman, L. Chen, P. Corbae, G. Li, Y. Qiu, Yew San Hor, L. Fu, L. Li
Physics Faculty Research & Creative Works
The search for unconventional superconductivity has been focused on materials with strong spinorbit coupling and unique crystal lattices. Doped bismuth selenide (Bi_{2}Se_{3}) is a strong candidate, given the topological insulator nature of the parent compound and its triangular lattice. The coupling between the physical properties in the superconducting state and its underlying crystal symmetry is a crucial test for unconventional superconductivity. In this paper, we report direct evidence that the superconducting magnetic response couples strongly to the underlying trigonal crystal symmetry in the recently discovered superconductor with trigonal crystal structure, niobium (Nb)doped Bi_{2}Se_{3 ...}
Cryogenic Rf Test Of The First Srf Cavity Etched In An Rf Ar/Cl2 Plasma, J. Upadhyay, A. Palczewski, S. Popovic, A.M. ValenteFeliciano, Do Im, H. L. Phillips, L. Vuskovic
Cryogenic Rf Test Of The First Srf Cavity Etched In An Rf Ar/Cl2 Plasma, J. Upadhyay, A. Palczewski, S. Popovic, A.M. ValenteFeliciano, Do Im, H. L. Phillips, L. Vuskovic
Physics Faculty Publications
An apparatus and a method for etching of the inner surfaces of superconducting radio frequency (SRF) accelerator cavities are described. The apparatus is based on the reactive ion etching performed in an Ar/Cl_{2} cylindrical capacitive discharge with reversed asymmetry. To test the effect of the plasma etching on the cavity rf performance, a 1497 MHz single cell SRF cavity was used. The single cell cavity was mechanically polished and buffer chemically etched and then rf tested at cryogenic temperatures to provide a baseline characterization. The cavity's inner wall was then exposed to the capacitive discharge in a ...
Power Distribution Of Terahertz Emission From Hexagonal Bscco Microstrip Antennas, Andrew E. Davis
Power Distribution Of Terahertz Emission From Hexagonal Bscco Microstrip Antennas, Andrew E. Davis
Honors Undergraduate Theses
We analyze the distribution of coherent terahertz radiation from a regular hexagonal microstrip antenna (MSA) made from the highT_{c} superconductor Bi_{2}Sr_{2}CaCu_{2}O_{8+x} (BSCCO). We discuss the C_{6v} symmetry of the solutions of the wave equation on a hexagonal domain and distinguish between the closedform and nonclosedform solutions. The closedform wavefunctions of the transverse magnetic (TM) electromagnetic cavity modes are presented and formulas for the radiated power arising from the uniform part of the AC Josephson current and from the resonant cavity modes are derived. The wavefunctions and angular distribution of radiation ...
Magnetization And Transport Properties Of Single Crystalline Rpd2p2 (R=Y, La–Nd, Sm–Ho, Yb), Gil Drachuck, Anna E. Böhmer, Sergey L. Bud’Ko, Paul C. Canfield
Magnetization And Transport Properties Of Single Crystalline Rpd2p2 (R=Y, La–Nd, Sm–Ho, Yb), Gil Drachuck, Anna E. Böhmer, Sergey L. Bud’Ko, Paul C. Canfield
Physics and Astronomy Publications
Single crystals of RPd2P2 (R=Y, LaNd, SmHo, Yb) were grown out of a high temperature solution rich in Pd and P and characterized by roomtemperature powder Xray diffraction, anisotropic temperature and fielddependent magnetization and temperaturedependent inplane resistivity measurements. In this series, YPd2P2 and LaPd2P2 YbPd2P2 (with Yb2+) are nonlocalmoment bearing. Furthermore, YPd2P2 and LaPd2P2 are found to be superconducting with TC similar or equal to 0.75 and 0.96 K respectively. CePd2P2 and PrPd2P2 magnetically order at low temperature with a ferromagnetic component along the crystallographic caxis. The rest of the series manifest low temperature antiferromagnetic ordering. EuPd2P2 ...
Exact Solution Of Quadratic Fermionic Hamiltonians For Arbitrary Boundary Conditions, Abhijeet Alase, Emilio Cobanera, Gerardo Ortiz, Lorenza Viola
Exact Solution Of Quadratic Fermionic Hamiltonians For Arbitrary Boundary Conditions, Abhijeet Alase, Emilio Cobanera, Gerardo Ortiz, Lorenza Viola
Open Dartmouth: Published works by Dartmouth faculty
We present a procedure for exactly diagonalizing finiterange quadratic fermionic Hamiltonians with arbitrary boundary conditions in one of D dimensions, and periodic in the remaining D−1. The key is a Hamiltoniandependent separation of the bulk from the boundary. By combining information from the two, we identify a matrix function that fully characterizes the solutions, and may be used to construct an efficiently computable indicator of bulkboundary correspondence. As an illustration, we show how our approach correctly describes the zeroenergy Majorana modes of a timereversalinvariant swave twoband superconductor in a Josephson ring configuration, and predicts that a fractional 4πperiodic Josephson ...
The Effect Of Impurities On The Superconductivity Of Bscco2212, John Vastola
The Effect Of Impurities On The Superconductivity Of Bscco2212, John Vastola
Honors Undergraduate Theses
BSCCO2212 is a hightemperature cuprate superconductor whose microscopic behavior is currently poorly understood. In particular, it is unclear whether its order parameter is consistent with swave or dwave symmetry. It has been suggested that its order parameter might take one of several forms that are consistent with dwave behavior. We present some calculations using the manybody theory approach to superconductivity that suggest that such order parameters would lead to a suppression of the critical temperature in the presence of impurities. Because some experiments have suggested the critical temperature of BSCCO2212 is relatively independent of the concentration of impurities, this lends ...
Wavelet Transform Of Optical Conductivity Of Bi2sr2cacu2o8+X In The Normal And Superconducting State, Patrick Janovick
Wavelet Transform Of Optical Conductivity Of Bi2sr2cacu2o8+X In The Normal And Superconducting State, Patrick Janovick
Williams Honors College, Honors Research Projects
This paper compares the wavelet transform of the optical conductivity of Bi_{2}Sr_{2}CaCu_{2}O_{8+x} in both the normal and the superconducting state. The wavelet transforms of the normal and superconducting state are also compared with wavelet transforms of the Drude model as well as the Lorentz model. The wavelet transform of the collected data for Bi_{2}Sr_{2}CaCu_{2}O_{8+x} is similar in shape to the Drude model. The wavelet transform of the collected data in the normal state corresponds to the Drude model with a high scattering rate and ...
Anyonic Superconductivity In A Modified LargeU Hubbard Model, Asim Gangopadhyaya, Prasanta Panigrahi
Anyonic Superconductivity In A Modified LargeU Hubbard Model, Asim Gangopadhyaya, Prasanta Panigrahi
Asim Gangopadhyaya
A modified largeU Hubbard model at half filling is analyzed by a meanfield approach. Preserving a local U(1) symmetry of the action, the fluctuations about half filling are studied in the spirit of the commensuratefluxphase condition. The fluctuations then contribute a ChernSimons term to the treelevel Lagrangian with a coefficient appropriate to that of a half fermion. With the Coulomb repulsion term, we study the lowenergy excitations of the model and show the existence of superconductivity in the presence of a fourFermi interaction term.
Dynamical Generation Of Floquet Majorana Flat Bands In SWave Superconductors, A. Poudel, G. Ortiz, L. Viola
Dynamical Generation Of Floquet Majorana Flat Bands In SWave Superconductors, A. Poudel, G. Ortiz, L. Viola
Open Dartmouth: Published works by Dartmouth faculty
We present quantum control techniques to engineer flat bands of symmetryprotected Majorana edge modes in s wave superconductors. Specifically, we show how periodic control may be employed for designing timeindependent effective Hamiltonians, which support Floquet Majorana flat bands, starting from equilibrium conditions that are either topologically trivial or only support individual Majorana pairs. In the first approach, a suitable modulation of the chemical potential simultaneously induces Majorana flat bands and dynamically activates a preexisting chiral symmetry which is responsible for their protection. In the second approach, the application of effective parity kicks dynamically generates a desired chiral symmetry by suppressing ...
Crystal Growth And Annealing Study Of Fragile, NonBulk Superconductivity In Yfe2ge2, H. Kim, S. Ran, E. D. Mun, H. Hodovanets, Makariy A. Tanatar, Ruslan Prozorov, Sergey L. Bud’Ko, Paul C. Canfield
Crystal Growth And Annealing Study Of Fragile, NonBulk Superconductivity In Yfe2ge2, H. Kim, S. Ran, E. D. Mun, H. Hodovanets, Makariy A. Tanatar, Ruslan Prozorov, Sergey L. Bud’Ko, Paul C. Canfield
Physics and Astronomy Publications
We investigated the occurrence and nature of superconductivity in single crystals of grown out of Sn flux by employing Xray diffraction, electrical resistivity and specific heat measurements. We found that the residual resistivity ratio (RRR) of single crystals can be greatly improved, reaching as high as , by decanting the crystals from the molten Sn at and/or by annealing at temperatures between 550 and . We found that the samples with RRR 34 showed resistive signatures of superconductivity with the onset of the superconducting transition . RRR values vary between 35 and 65 with, on average, no systematic change in value, indicating ...
Nature Of Magnetic Excitations In The Iron Pnictides And Its Pertinence To Superconductivity As Studied By Inelastic Neutron Scattering, Gregory Scott Tucker
Nature Of Magnetic Excitations In The Iron Pnictides And Its Pertinence To Superconductivity As Studied By Inelastic Neutron Scattering, Gregory Scott Tucker
Graduate Theses and Dissertations
Unconventional superconductivity and antiferromagnetism are often found in close proximity to one another. For the series of compounds Ba(Fe$_{1x}$Co$_x$)$_2$As$_2$, which possesses both antiferromagnetism and superconductivity for the underdoped range of composition, this observation is certainly true. The close proximity, and in fact coexistence for underdoped Ba(Fe$_{1x}$Co$_x$)$_2$As$_2$, of antiferromagnetism and superconductivity has encouraged speculation that antiferromagnetic spin fluctuations may mediate the electron pairing interaction in unconventional superconductors. Previous studies indicated that the spin fluctuations at optimallydoped Ba(Fe$_{1x}$Co$_x$)$_2$As$_2 ...
Microscopic Theory Of The Knight Shift, Bianca Hall
Microscopic Theory Of The Knight Shift, Bianca Hall
Electronic Theses and Dissertations, 20042019
This dissertation is the beginning of the development of a microscopic theory of the Knight shift. The Knight shift experiment has been used in superconductivity research throughout history, however, a complete understanding of the Knight shift in conventional as well as unconventional superconductors does not yet exist. Motivated by the results of a literature review, which discusses Knight shift anomalies in multiple superconducting materials, this research studies a new model of the Knight shift, which involves the processes involved in nuclear magnetic resonance measurements in metals. The result of this study is a microscopic model of nuclear magnetic resonance in ...