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Expansion of the High Field-Boosted Superconductivity in UTe 2 under Pressure

September 6, 2021
Sheng N. Ran, Shanta R. Saha, I-Lin Liu, David Graf, Johnpierre N. Paglione, Nicholas Butch
In semiclassical theory, the effect of quantized Landau levels on the critical magnetic field that destroys superconductivity is usually ignored. However, it has been theorized that the sharply enhanced density of states that occurs in extreme magnetic

Enhancement and Reentrance of Spin Triplet Superconductivity in UTe 2 under Pressure

April 14, 2020
Sheng NMN Ran, Hyunsoo Kim, I-Lin Liu, Shanta Ranjan Saha, Ian Hayes, Tristin Metz, Yun Suk Eo, Johnpierre N. Paglione, Nicholas Butch
In a Kondo lattice system, suppression of effective Kondo coupling leads to the breakdown of the heavy-electron metal and a change in the electronic structure^1-4^. Spin triplet superconductivity in the Kondo lattice UTe 2 5 appears to be associated with

Extreme Magnetic Field-Boosted Superconductivity

December 1, 2019
Sheng NMN Ran, I Lin NMN Liu, Yun Suk Eo, Daniel J. Campbell, Paul M. Neves, Wesley T. Fuhrman, Shanta Ranjan Saha, Christoper Eckberg, Hyunsoo Kim, David Graf, Fedor Balakirev, John Singleton, Johnpierre N. Paglione, Nicholas Butch
Applied magnetic fields underlie exotic quantum states, such as the fractional quantum Hall effect 1 and Bose-Einstein condensation of spin excitations 2. Superconductivity, on the other hand, is inherently antagonistic towards magnetic fields. Only in

Nearly Ferromagnetic Spin-Triplet Superconductivity

August 18, 2019
Sheng N. Ran, Christoper Eckberg, Qing-Ping Ding, Yuji Furukawa, Tristin Metz, Shanta R. Saha, I Lin NMN Liu, Mark Zic, Hyunsoo Kim, Johnpierre N. Paglione, Nicholas Butch
One of the most interesting differences between spin triplet superconductors and the conventional spin singlet variety is the two-component triplet order parameter that allows spin up and down electrons to couple with different strength. Such nonunitary

High Temperature Singlet-Based Magnetism from Hund's Rule Correlations

February 7, 2019
Lin Miao, Rourav Basak, Sheng NMN Ran, Yishuai Xu, Erica Kotta, Haowei He, Jonathan D. Denlinger, Yi-De Chuang, Yang Zhao, Zhijun Xu, Jeffrey W. Lynn, J. R. Jeffries, Shanta Ranjan Saha, Ioannis Giannakis, Pegor Aynajian, Chang-Jong Kang, Yilin Wang, Gabriel Kotliar, Nicholas Butch, L. Andrew Wray
Novel electronic phenomena frequently form in heavy fermions as a consequence of the mutual nature of localization and itineracy of f-electrons. On the magnetically ordered side of the heavy fermion phase diagram, f-moments are expected to be localized and