Level Splitting in Frustrated non-Kramers doublet frameworks

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9/13-17/04. Universal Workshop on Frustrated Magnetism. 2. Colleagues. Ruthenium pyrochloresK. H. Kim Rutgers N. HurRutgersD. AdrojaISISQ. HuangNISTS.- W. CheongRutgersT. G. PerringISISIridium pyrochloresSatoru NakatsujiKyoto Yo MachidaKyotoYoshiteru Maeno KyotoToshiro Sakakibara ISSPTakashi TayamaISSP.

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´╗┐Level Splitting in Frustrated non-Kramers doublet frameworks Spin Fluctuations in Metallic Pyrochlore Systems Collin Broholm and Joost van Duijn Department of Physics and Astronomy Johns Hopkins University

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Collaborators Ruthenium pyrochlores K. H. Kim Rutgers N. Hur Rutgers D. Adroja ISIS Q. Huang NIST S.- W. Cheong Rutgers T. G. Perring ISIS Iridium pyrochlores Satoru Nakatsuji Kyoto Yo Machida Kyoto Yoshiteru Maeno Kyoto Toshiro Sakakibara ISSP Takashi Tayama ISSP International Workshop on Frustrated Magnetism

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Outline Introduction Bulk properties of 4d n and 5d n pyrochlores Spin relationships on TM destinations Crystal field excitations on RE locales Level part in Pr x Bi 2-x Ru 2 O 7 Ground state doublet turn flow Model of inhomogeneous level part Discussion and Conclusions Possible importance for other non-Kramers doublet frameworks International Workshop on Frustrated Magnetism

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An and B destinations on vertices of corner-sharing tetrahedra A 3+ site is trivalent RE with 8-crease O 2-coordination B 4+ site is tetravalent TM with 6-overlap O 2-coordination Can have both A 3+ and B 4+ attraction The pyrochlore structure A 2 B 2 O 7 International Workshop on Frustrated Magnetism

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B=Ru site attraction of Y 2 Ru 2 O 7 Taira et al. (2000) Taira et al. (1999) Neutron Diffraction uncovers long range attractive request ZFC/FC hysteresis recommends some type of turmoil that produces smooth inclined AFM International Workshop on Frustrated Magnetism

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T=1.5 K "Solid Coupling" Transition in Y 2 Ru 2 O 7 T=90 K International Workshop on Frustrated Magnetism

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1.5 K 1.5 K 90 K 90 K PM and AFM Spin Fluctuations Phase Transition pushes huge otherworldly weight into "reverberation" The Q-reliance of diffusing mirrors the shape calculate for AFM bunch degrees of opportunity International Workshop on Frustrated Magnetism

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2 Magnetic Ions 2 Phase Transitions R 2 Ru 2 O 7 Er 2 Ru 2 O 7 Pr 3+ M. Ito et al. (2001) Yb 3+ N. Taira et al. (2003) International Workshop on Frustrated Magnetism

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Bi-doping increment transfer speed bringing about Mott Hubbard MIT Magnet request is discovered just in the protecting state Electronic DOS at E F is improved near the MIT Metal Insulator Transition Yoshii and Sato (1999) International Workshop on Frustrated Magnetism

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A Highly Entropic Metallic State K. H. Kim et al. Universal Workshop on Frustrated Magnetism

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Praseodymium Crystal Field levels: 116 meV 105 meV 5 K Pr 1.2 Bi 0.8 Ru 2 O 7 85 meV 50 meV 200 K 10 meV 0 Five moves from GS infers it is doublet: International Workshop on Frustrated Magnetism

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Fluctuations in metallic Pr 1.2 Bi 0.8 Ru 2 O 7 International Workshop on Frustrated Magnetism

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Inhomogeneous Level Splitting Broad Spectrum unaltered Upon warming to Wave vector reliance Follows Pr frame calculate 2 Neutron Scattering measures the level part range International Workshop on Frustrated Magnetism

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Inhomogeneous two level framework The level circulation work: Singlet-singlet defenselessness: Sample found the middle value of helplessness Fluctuation-dissemination hypothesis yields International Workshop on Frustrated Magnetism

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Data Collapse Confirms "extinguished expanding" International Workshop on Frustrated Magnetism

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C(T)/T (J/mole-f.u./K 2 ) C(T)/T (J/mole-f.u./K 2 ) Specific warmth of r ( D )- split doublet International Workshop on Frustrated Magnetism

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Susceptibility of r ( D )- split doublet For gapless range low T restricting structure is ~ln T International Workshop on Frustrated Magnetism

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Clues to sources of level part T-free appropriation work r (D) Static not rapid marvel Continuous not discrete range Large uncommon deformity or thickness wave delivering conveyance of conditions Same dispersion portrays all x <1.2 Distribution may not originate from Bi doping Magnetic field enters in quadrature Electrostatic not magnetostatic inhomogeneity International Workshop on Frustrated Magnetism

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Where else may this happen? Components that can have non-Kramers doublet ground states: Pr 3+ , Pm 3+ , Sm 2+ , Eu 3+ , Tb 3+ , Ho 3+ , Tm 3+ , Yb 2+ , and U 4+ Nominally cubic and stoichiometric frameworks may have stealthy level part issue Doping impacts might be controlled by the initiated level part International Workshop on Frustrated Magnetism

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Other Materials to Reconsider Tb 2 Ti 2 O 7 : A non requesting magnet with strange low vitality mode Ho 2 Ti 2 O 7 : Long range requested with uncommon thermodynamics YbBiPt: Ultra overwhelming fermion framework with baffling low E mode (Robinson et al (1995). LiHo x Y 1 - x F 4 quantum turn glass. Strain incited level part includes a compelling transverse field Tb x Y 2-x Ti 2 O 7 : Dilution has included impact of killing Tb through level part International Workshop on Frustrated Magnetism

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Metal encasing move in R 2 Ir 2 O 7 Yanagishima and Maeno (2001) Nakatsuji et al. Worldwide Workshop on Frustrated Magnetism

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Conclusions Ir and Ru pyrochlores offer MIT moves with baffled attraction Y 2 Ru 2 O 7 : "solid coupling" move Spectral weight pushed to limited E reverberation Q-reliance unaffected by requesting Pr x Bi 2-x Ru 2 O 7 : static inhomogeneous conveyance of level splittings Neutrons: "T-autonomous" wide range C(T)/T: expanded Schottky abnormality c (T): conceivable logarithmic difference at low T Watch out for level part in non-Kramers particles, which are "not so much magnets" International Workshop on Frustrated Magnetism

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