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Ubiquitous Spin Freezing in the Superconducting State of UTe2

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Author(s)

Shyam Sundar, Nasrin Azari, Mariah Goeks, Shayan Gheidi, Mae Abedi, Michael Yakovlev, Sarah Dunsiger, John Wilkinson, Stephen Blundell, Tristin Metz, Ian Hayes, Shanta Saha, Sangyun Lee, Andrew Woods, Roman Movshovich, Sean Thomas, Nicholas Butch, Priscila Rosa, Johnpierre Paglione, Jeff Sonier
Citation
Communications Physics
Volume
6
Issue
1

Keywords

superconductivity

Citation

Sundar, S. , Azari, N. , Goeks, M. , Gheidi, S. , Abedi, M. , Yakovlev, M. , Dunsiger, S. , Wilkinson, J. , Blundell, S. , Metz, T. , Hayes, I. , Saha, S. , Lee, S. , Woods, A. , Movshovich, R. , Thomas, S. , Butch, N. , Rosa, P. , Paglione, J. and Sonier, J. (2023), Ubiquitous Spin Freezing in the Superconducting State of UTe2, Communications Physics, [online], https://dx.doi.org/10.48550/arXiv.2207.13725 (Accessed March 5, 2024)
Created February 1, 2023, Updated January 23, 2024