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Shannon Watson

Publications

Quantum Critical Behavior in Ce(Fe0.76Ru0.24)2Ge2

Author(s)
Wouter Montfrooij, Tom Heitmann, Yiming Qiu, Shannon M. Watson, Ross W. Erwin, Wangchun Chen, Yang Zhao, Meigan Aronson, Yingkai Huang, Anne de Visser
Systems with embedded magnetic ions that exhibit a competition between magnetic order and disorder down to absolute zero can display unusual low temperature

Higgs Amplitude Mode in a Two-Dimensional Quantum Antiferromagnet near the Quantum Critical Point0

Author(s)
Tao Hong, Masashige Matsumoto, Yiming Qiu, WangChun Chen, Thomas R. Gentile, Shannon Watson, Firas F. Awwadi, Mark M. Turnbull, Sachith E. Dissanayake, Harish Agrawal, Rasmus Toft-Petersen, Bastian Klemke, Kris Coester, Kai P. Schmidt, David A Tennant
Spontaneous symmetry-breaking quantum phase transitions play an essential role in current condensed matter physics1-3. The collective excitations in the broken

Spin-Analyzed SANS for Soft Matter Applications

Author(s)
WangChun Chen, John Barker, Ronald L. Jones, Kathryn Krycka, Shannon Watson, Cedric Victor Lucien Gagnon, T. Perevozchivoka, Paul Butler, Thomas R. Gentile
The small angle neutron scattering (SANS) of nearly Q-independent nuclear spin-incoherent scattering from hydrogen present in most soft matter and biology
Created October 9, 2019