Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Study of the Heavy-Fermion System URu2Si2
Heavy-fermion systems are a subject of recent interest. These systems, which contain periodically arranged f-electrons, have many anomalous properties in comparison with conventional metals and compounds. The mechanisms of superconductivity in heavy-fermion superconductors (HFS) have also attracted much attention. The p-wave superconductivity has been proposed as a possible explanation of the anomalous behavior in these substances by many works.
KeywordsAnomalous Property Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Study Knight Shift Hyperfine Coupling Constant Specific Heat Jump
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