Evidence for Magnetic Ordering Associated with Metal-Insulator Transition in SmRu4P12 Studied by Muon Spin Relaxation

Physics – Condensed Matter – Strongly Correlated Electrons

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5 pages, 5 figures, Phys. Rev. B 73, 052408 (2006)

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10.1103/PhysRevB.73.052408

Muon spin relaxation measurements on the filled skutterudite compound SmRu4P12 have been carried out in zero- and longitudinal-fields. Temperature dependence of both initial asymmetry and muon-spin depolarization rate show the appearance of a magnetically ordered state below the metal-insulator transition temperature TMI. The present study indicates that the ordering below TMI is not a non-magnetic antiferro-quadrupolar ordering but a magnetic one, which supports a scenario that a magnetic octupolar ordering occurs below TMI in SmRu4P12.

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