Papers by Author: A. Sidorenko

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Authors: J.J. Larrea, J. Teyssier, H. Ronnow, M. Müller, A. Sidorenko, S. Paschen
Abstract: We report an investigation of the magnetic phase diagram of the heavy fermion com-pound CeCoGe2.36Si0.64 using DC magnetic susceptibility measurements under high pressure upto 10 kbar. The antiferromagnetic order that develops at ambient pressure below about 5.5 Kremains essentially unaffected by pressure in the investigated pressure range up to 10 kbar. Onthe other hand, moderate magnetic fields appear to induce a quantum critical point in a sam-ple subject to a pressure of 2 kbar. We discuss the role of disorder in the series of compoundsCeCoGe3−xSix.
Authors: Manjusha Inamdar, Martin Kriegisch, Lubuna Shafeek, A. Sidorenko, Herbert Müller, Andrey Prokofiev, Peter Blaha, Silke Paschen
Abstract: PtSn4 is a non-congruently melting compound in the Pt-Sn binary phase diagram, crystallizing in the centrosymmetric space group Ccca. We report on single crystal growth, temperature dependent electrical resistivity, isothermal field-dependent magnetization and magnetostriction, and on band structure calculations of this transition metal compound. The high quality of the sample makes it possible to observe clearly resolved quantum oscillations in the magnetization data for temperatures as high as 20 K and in magnetic fields as low as 10 kOe. We found several frequencies along the three crystallographic directions and could relate them to several extremal orbits on the Fermi surface.
Authors: K.A. Lorenzer, P. Dalladay Simpson, F. Kubel, A. Sidorenko, A. Prokofiev, S. Paschen
Abstract: Here we present and discuss structural, magnetic and transport properties of the new ternary cage compound Ce4Pd12Sn25. The isostructural Pt analogue, Ce4Pt12Sn25 has previously been characterized as a metallic Kondo lattice system with a very low Kondo temperature TK ~ 0.25 K and an antiferromagnetic ground state with a Neel temperature TN =0.19 K. In contrast to the expectations that the smaller unit cell volume of Ce4Pd12Sn25 compared to Ce4Pt12Sn25 will weaken the magnetism and tune the system closer to a magnetic instability, we found evidence for a phase transition at a higher temperature Tmag=0.265 K.
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