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Quasilocal Critical Nature of Cooperative Paramagnetic Fluctuations in CaRuO3 Metal

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Author(s)

J. Gunasekera, Leland Harriger, T. Heitmann, A. Dahal, H. Knoll, D. K. Singh

Abstract

We report new observation of cooperative paramagnetic fluctuations of Ru4+ spins that coexist with the non-Fermi liquid state in CaRuO3 perovskite below T22 K. Detailed electrical, magnetic and neutron scattering measurements reveal that the RuR+ ions reside in magnetic field independent random domains with dynamic properties that are reminiscent of the cooperative paramagnetic fluctuations. The linear (E/T}) scaling of the dynamic susceptibilities and divergence of the mean relaxation time as T - 0 K suggest quasi-local critical nature of the spin fluctuations. We argue that the non-Fermi liquid behavior arises due to the quantum critical nature of the cooperative paramagnetic fluctuations in CaRuO3.
Citation
Physical Review B
Volume
91
Issue
24

Keywords

Ruthenates, Quantum Criticality, magnetism, Non-Fermi Liquid

Citation

Gunasekera, J. , Harriger, L. , Heitmann, T. , Dahal, A. , Knoll, H. and Singh, D. (2015), Quasilocal Critical Nature of Cooperative Paramagnetic Fluctuations in CaRuO<sub>3</sub> Metal, Physical Review B, [online], https://tsapps.nist.gov/publication/get_pdf.cfm?pub_id=917582 (Accessed March 3, 2024)
Created June 7, 2015, Updated October 12, 2021