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Author Yadav, C.S.; Seyfarth, G.; Pedrazzini, P.; Wilhelm, H.; Cerný, R.; Jaccard, D. url  doi
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  Title Effect of pressure cycling on Iron: Signatures of an electronic instability and unconventional superconductivity Type Journal Article
  Year (down) 2013 Publication Physical Review B Abbreviated Journal Phys. Rev. B  
  Volume 88 Issue 5 Pages 054110-7  
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  Abstract High pressure electrical resistivity and x-ray diffraction experiments have been performed on Fe single crystals. The crystallographic investigation provides direct evidence that in the martensitic $bcc \rightarrow hcp$ transition at 14 GPa the $\lbrace 110\rbrace{bcc}$ become the $\lbrace 002\rbrace{hcp}$ directions. During a pressure cycle, resistivity shows a broad hysteresis of 6.5 GPa, whereas superconductivity, observed between 13 and 31 GPa, remains unaffected. Upon increasing pressure an electronic instability, probably a quantum critical point, is observed at around 19 GPa and, close to this pressure, the superconducting $T{c}$ and the isothermal resistivity ($0<T<300\,$K) attain maximum values. In the superconducting pressure domain, the exponent $n = 5/3$ of the temperature power law of resistivity and its prefactor, which mimics $T{c}$, indicate that ferromagnetic fluctuations may provide the glue for the Cooper pairs, yielding unconventional superconductivity.  
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