Metamagnetism in CeIrIn5: Magnetoresistance and dHvA investigation
We investigated the magnetoresistance and de-Haas-van-Alphen effect (dHvA) in CeIrIn5 for magnetic fields up to 45 T and in the temperature range 0.03-1 K. A concomitant drop in the resistivity and in the amplitude of the dHvA oscillations mark the onset of the metamagnetic transition at 28 T for field parallel to [0 0 1]. Both features are gradually suppressed when the field is rotated away from [0 0 1]. There is no significant change in the dHvA frequencies and the cyclotron effective masses, at odds with other known metamagnetic systems. © 2007.
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Physica B: Condensed Matter
Capan, C., Goodrich, R., DiTusa, J., Balicas, L., Jo, Y., Murphy, T., Palm, E., Movshovich, R., Bauer, E., Hundley, M., Thompson, J., Sarrao, J., Hall, D., & Tozer, S. (2008). Metamagnetism in CeIrIn5: Magnetoresistance and dHvA investigation. Physica B: Condensed Matter, 403 (5-9), 797-799. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.physb.2007.10.265