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 Physics , 2003, DOI: 10.1143/JPSJ.72.2914 Abstract: A possibility of the realization of the p-wave spin-singlet superconductivity ($p$SS), whose gap function is odd both in momentum and in frequency, is investigated by solving the gap equation with the phenomenological interaction mediated by the antiferromagnetic spin fluctuation. The $p$SS is realized prevailing over the d-wave singlet superconductivity ($d$SS) in the vicinity of antiferromagnetic quantum critical pint (QCP) both on the paramagnetic and on the antiferromagnetic sides. Off the QCP in the paramagnetic phase, however, the $d$SS with line-nodes is realized as \textit{conventional} anisotropic superconductivity. For the present $p$SS state, there is no gap in the quasiparticle spectrum everywhere on the Fermi surface due to its odd frequency. These features can give a qualitative understanding of the anomalous behaviors of NQR relaxation rate on CeCu$_2$Si$_2$ or CeRhIn$_5$ where the antiferromagnetism and superconductivity coexist on a microscopic level.
 Physics , 2015, DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevB.92.214404 Abstract: We present the results of elastic and inelastic neutron scattering measurements on non-superconducting Ba(Fe${_{0.957}}$Cu${_{0.043}}$)${_2}$As${_2}$, a composition close to a quantum critical point between AFM ordered and paramagnetic phases. By comparing these results with the spin fluctuations in the low Cu composition as well as the parent compound BaFe$_2$As$_2$ and superconducting Ba(Fe$_{1-x}$Ni$_x$)$_2$As$_2$ compounds, we demonstrate that paramagnon-like spin fluctuations are evident in the antiferromagnetically ordered state of Ba(Fe$_{0.957}$Cu$_{0.043}$)$_2$As$_2$, which is distinct from the AFM-like spin fluctuations in the superconducting compounds. Our observations suggest that Cu substitution decouples the interaction between quasiparticles and the spin fluctuations. We also show that the spin-spin correlation length, ${\xi(T)}$, increases rapidly as the temperature is lowered and find ${\omega/T}$ scaling behavior, the hallmark of quantum criticality, at an antiferromagnetic quantum critical point.
 Youichi Yanase Physics , 2009, DOI: 10.1088/1367-2630/11/5/055056 Abstract: We study the Fulde-Ferrel-Larkin-Ovchinnikov (FFLO) superconducting state in the disordered systems. We analyze the microscopic model, in which the d-wave superconductivity is stabilized near the antiferromagnetic quantum critical point, and investigate two kinds of disorder, namely, box disorder and point disorder, on the basis of the Bogoliubov-deGennes (BdG) equation. The spatial structure of modulated superconducting order parameter and the magnetic properties in the disordered FFLO state are investigated. We point out the possibility of "FFLO glass" state in the presence of strong point disorders, which arises from the configurational degree of freedom of FFLO nodal plane. The distribution function of local spin susceptibility is calculated and its relation to the FFLO nodal plane is clarified. We discuss the NMR measurements for CeCoIn_5.
 Physics , 2005, DOI: 10.1209/epl/i2005-10089-y Abstract: In the frameworks of a nesting model for Q1D organic conductor at the antiferromagnetic (SDW) quantum critical point the first-order transition separates metallic state from the soliton phase having the periodic domain structure. The low temperature phase diagram also displays the 2nd-order transition line between the soliton and the uniformly gapped SDW phases. The results agree with the phase diagram of (TMTSF)$_2$PF$_6$ near critical pressure [T. Vuletic et al., Eur. Phys. J. B 25, 319 (2002)]. Detection of the 2nd-order transition line is discussed. We comment on superconductivity at lowest temperature.
 Physics , 2008, DOI: 10.1088/1742-6596/150/5/052287 Abstract: We investigate the antiferromagnetic (AF) order in the d-wave superconducting (SC) state at high magnetic fields. A two-dimensional model with on-site repulsion U, inter-site attractive interaction V and antiferromagnetic exchange interaction J is solved using the mean field theory. For finite values of U and J, a first order transition occurs from the normal state to the FFLO state, while the FFLO-BCS phase transition is second order, consistent with the experimental results in CeCoIn_5. Although the BCS-FFLO transition is continuous, the Ne'el temperature of AF order is discontinuous at the phase boundary because the AF order in the FFLO state is induced by the Andreev bound state localized in the zeros of FFLO order parameter, while the AF order hardly occurs in the uniform BCS state. The spatial structure of the magnetic moment is investigated for the commensurate AF state as well as for the incommensurate AF state. The influence of the spin fluctuations is discussed for both states. Since the fluctuations are enhanced in the normal state for incommensurate AF order, this AF order can be confined in the FFLO state. The experimental results in CeCoIn_5 are discussed.
 Physics , 2014, DOI: 10.1038/ncomms6508 Abstract: One of the common features of unconventional, magnetically mediated superconductivity as found in the heavy-fermions, high-transition-temperature (high-Tc) cuprates, and iron pnictides superconductors is that the superconductivity emerges in the vicinity of long-range antiferromagnetically ordered state.[1] In addition to doping charge carriers, the application of external physical pressure has been taken as an effective and clean approach to induce the unconventional superconductivity near a magnetic quantum critical point (QCP).[2,3] Superconductivity has been observed in a majority of 3d transition-metal compounds,[4-9] except for the Cr- and Mn-based compounds in the sense that the low-lying states near Fermi level are dominated by their 3d electrons. Herein, we report on the discovery of superconductivity on the verge of antiferromagnetic order in CrAs via the application of external high pressure. Bulk superconductivity with Tc ~ 2 K emerges at the critical pressure Pc ~ 8 kbar, where the first-order antiferromagnetic transition at TN = 265 K under ambient pressure is completely suppressed. Abnormal normal-state properties associated with a magnetic QCP have been observed nearby Pc. The close proximity of superconductivity to an antiferromagnetic order suggests an unconventional pairing mechanism for the superconducting state of CrAs. The present finding opens a new avenue for searching novel superconductors in the Cr and other transitional-metal based systems.
 Physics , 2009, DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevLett.103.097003 Abstract: We report a high-pressure single crystal study of the superconducting ferromagnet UCoGe. Ac-susceptibility and resistivity measurements under pressures up to 2.2 GPa show ferromagnetism is smoothly depressed and vanishes at a critical pressure $p_c = 1.4$ GPa. Near the ferromagnetic critical point superconductivity is enhanced. Upper-critical field measurements under pressure show $B_{c2}(0)$ attains remarkably large values, which provides solid evidence for spin-triplet superconductivity over the whole pressure range. The obtained $p-T$ phase diagram reveals superconductivity is closely connected to a ferromagnetic quantum critical point hidden under the superconducting `dome'.
 Physics , 2004, DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevLett.94.067005 Abstract: Layered organic superconductors are on the verge of the Mott insulator. We use Gutzwiller variational method to study a Hubbard model including a spin exchange coupling term. The ground state is found to be a Gossamer superconductor at small on-site Coulomb repulsion U and an antiferromagnetic Mott insulator at large U, separated by a first order phase transition. Our theory is qualitatively consistent with major experiments reported in organic superconductors.
 Physics , 2006, DOI: 10.1143/JPSJ.75.043710 Abstract: The nature of the quantum valence transition is studied in the one-dimensional periodic Anderson model with Coulomb repulsion between f and conduction electrons by the density-matrix renormalization group method. It is found that the first-order valence transition emerges with the quantum critical point and the crossover from the Kondo to the mixed-valence states is strongly stabilized by quantum fluctuation and electron correlation. It is found that the superconducting correlation is developed in the Kondo regime near the sharp valence increase. The origin of the superconductivity is ascribed to the development of the coherent motion of electrons with enhanced valence fluctuation, which results in the enhancement of the charge velocity, but not of the charge compressibility. Statements on the valence transition in connection with Ce metal and Ce compounds are given.
 Physics , 2012, DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevLett.108.247002 Abstract: Superconductivity in the iron pnictides develops near antiferromagnetism, and the antiferromagnetic (AF) phase appears to overlap with the superconducting phase in some materials such as BaFe2-xTxAs2 (where T = Co or Ni). Here we use neutron scattering to demonstrate that genuine long-range AF order and superconductivity do not coexist in BaFe2-xNixAs2 near optimal superconductivity. In addition, we find a first-order-like AF to superconductivity phase transition with no evidence for a magnetic quantum critical point. Instead, the data reveal that incommensurate short-range AF order coexists and competes with superconductivity, where the AF spin correlation length is comparable to the superconducting coherence length.
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