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Solving a new puzzle for the first heavy fermion superconductor

17. Mai 2018
The first heavy-fermion superconductor CeCu2Si2 was thought to have d-wave gap with node, until recent new measurements evident a fully opened gap. Recently, scientists from MPI-CPfS, Zhejiang University, Rice University and the University of Augsburg found a resolution to this puzzle based on measurements of the London penetration depth, which reconcile the d-wave pairing symmetry and nodeless gap structure. [mehr]
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Nicolas-Kurti-Wissenschaftspreis: Herzliche Glückwünsche an Dr. Philip Moll

8. Mai 2018
Herzliche Gratulation an den Max-Planck-Forschergruppenleiter Dr. Philip Moll, der den Nicolas-Kurti-Wissenschaftspreis für Europa in diesem Jahr erhalten hat!   [mehr]
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Ein zweiter Glückwunsch an Dr. Mark Barber

4. Mai 2018
Wir freuen uns, dass Dr. Mark Barber, dessen Otto Hahn Medaille wir am 20. April 2018 bekannt gegeben haben, auch einen "Springer Thesis Award gewonnen" hat. [mehr]
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Otto-Hahn-Medaille: Herzliche Glückwünsche an Dr. Mark Barber

20. April 2018
Wir gratulieren Mark Barber von der Abteilung "Physik der Quantenmaterie", der für seine Doktorarbeit die Otto-Hahn-Medaille der Max-Planck-Gesellschaft erhalten hat. [mehr]
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Ein duktiler anorganischer Halbleiter bei Raumtemperatur

9. April 2018
Duktilität ist eine charakteristische Eigenschaft von Metallen und metallischen Materialien, wird aber selten bei Halbleitern und Isolatoren beobachtet. Wissenschaftler des MPI CPfS und des Shanghai Institute of Ceramics der Chinesischen Akademie der Wissenschaften berichten hohe metallartige Duktilität des Halbleiters a-Ag2S. Ein einheitliches Bild wurde durch Kombination verschiedener Präparations- und Charakterisierungs-Techniken mit quantenchemischer Analyse der chemischen Bindung erhalten. [mehr]
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c-axis dimer and its electronic breakup: The insulator-to-metal transition in Ti2O3

5. April 2018
New X-ray spectra of the electronic structure of the transition metal oxide Ti2O3 reveal unprecedented electronic molecular detail about the transition from insulator to metal as temperature increases. [mehr]
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Satya Narayan Guin receives a Humboldt Research Fellowship for Postdoctoral Researchers

3. April 2018
The Alexander von Humboldt foundation, Germany, awarded Satya a Humboldt Research Fellowship for postdoctoral researchers. He is currently working as a postdoc with Prof. Claudia Felser. [mehr]
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Leopoldina: Claudia Felser

23. März 2018
Zu Beginn dieses Jahres wurde Claudia Felser in die Leopoldina aufgenommen. [mehr]
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GDCh: Claudia Felser

16. Februar 2018
In der Gesellschaft Deutscher Chemiker gibt es strukturelle Neuerungen: Seit Beginn des Jahres steht der Forschungsgruppe Festkörperchemie und Materialforschung Professor Felser vor. [mehr]
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Charge Order and Electron Localization in a Molecule-Based Solid 

20. Januar 2018
Charge ordering in cationic mixed-valence compounds is of crucial importance for materials science. The prototypic example for a transition from a charge-disordered  to a charge-ordered state has been magnetite, Fe3O4, where Evert Verwey  observed a sudden jump in resistivity near -150°C. In the journal Science Advances now a research team of scientists from Germany and Slovenia reports a Verwey-type charge-ordering transition in a different class of mixed-valence compounds which is composed of negatively charged dioxygen molecules. [mehr]
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Be21Pt5: eine supraleitende komplexe intermetallische Elektronenmangelverbindung

19. Januar 2018
The crystal structure and chemical bonding scenario of the complex intermetallic compound Be21Pt5 was solved in a joint collaboration spearheaded by scientists from the Max-Planck Institute for Chemical Physics of Solids. Be21Pt5 shows the rare case of superconductivity in a complex intermetallic compound with over 400 atoms per unit cell. Real space analysis of the calculated electron density and the electron localizability indicator (ELI) reveal structural units with collective intra-cluster interactions, termed cluster bonding, which are linked in the structure by strongly polar three-center interactions. [mehr]
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Ground state wave function of the strongly correlated topological insulator SmB6

8. Januar 2018
SmB6 is under focus because it may be the first topological insulator that is also strongly correlated. It is intermediate valent and a gap opens only at low temperatures due to an intricate interplay between correlation effects and hybridization, yet the surface is always conducting. The topological properties of the surface are determined by the bulk so that it is surprising that the bulk crystal-field ground state of Sm3+ was unknown until now despite many attempts by e.g. neutron scattering. Recently, scientists from the Max-Planck Institute for Chemical Physics of Solids and the University of Cologne clarified this issue by applying a new technique, namely core-level non-resonant inelastic x-ray scattering, see Sundermann et al., Phys. Rev. Letter 120, 016402 (2018). The finding that the ground state is the Γ8 quartet and not the Γ7 doublet, contradicts all existing band structure calculations and illustrates in a sobering manner the difficulties in making reliable predictions for the properties of correlated systems. [mehr]
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LaNiO3: a highly metallic strongly correlated oxide with antiferromagnetic correlations

8. Januar 2018
The rare earth nickelates RNiO3 with the high Ni3+ oxidation state have continued to attract enormous interest due to the famous metal-insulator transition and unusual charge and spin-order phenomena together with the prediction for multi-ferroicity and even superconductivity in thin film hetero-structures. One of the long standing puzzles is why LaNiO3 seems to be the only RNiO3 that stays metallic and paramagnetic down to lowest temperatures. Recently, the team around Alexander Komarek was able to grow centimeter-sized and impurity-free single crystals of LaNiO3 and then to unveil its true electrical and magnetic properties. The result is that the phase diagram of the RNiO3 system has to be redrawn and that theoretical concepts have to be reconsidered about how to explain the properties and the electronic structure of these high oxidation state materials. [mehr]
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Pressure-induced Ferromagnetism in FeTe

4. Dezember 2017
The high-temperature superconductivity in iron-pnictides and –chalcogenides is based on the intricate interplay of crystal structure, electronic and magnetic states. The concerted study by scientists from different departments of the Max Planck Institute for Chemical Physics of Solids and from the Leibniz Institute for Solid State and Materials Research found for iron-telluride the remarkable result that hydrostatic pressure leads to the emergence of ferromagnetic order in a peculiar way. [mehr]
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Ultraclean metal-like conductivity in semimetallic WP2

27. November 2017
Ultraclean metals show high conductivity with a high number of charge carriers, whereas semiconductors and semimetals with low charge carriers normally show a low conductivity. This scenario in semimetals can be changed if one can protect the carriers from scattering.  [mehr]
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The Iron Age: about the understanding of the new iron-based high-temperature superconductors and related compounds

24. November 2017
In the new iron-based superconductors (FeSC), superconductivity occurs close to an antiferromagnetic phase. This indicates that correlation effects may be important in these materials. Theoretical calculations predict that different from cuprates, besides the on-site Coulomb interaction also the on-site Hund exchange interaction plays an important role in the correlation effects of FeSCs. This would mean that a completely new state of correlated matter has appeared which has been termed “Hund’s metal”. [mehr]
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Thermodynamic signatures of field-induced phase transitions in graphite

10. November 2017
Graphite is a model system for the study of electrons in the so-called magnetic quantum limit. This quantum limit is attained when the magnetic field is strong enough to confine the charge carriers to their lowest Landau levels. It is expected that the model of the free electron gas fails beyond this limit since here electron interactions may play a significant role in determining the electronic ground state. Indeed, our thermodynamic studies in high magnetic field revealed that even electron-lattice interaction has to be taken into account in addition to electron-electron interaction.    [mehr]
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New features in multipolar heavy-fermion materials

10. November 2017
The simple cubic structure of CeB6 does not change while intricate multipolar phenomena are developed upon a non-magnetic La substitution. However, phase diagrams of Ce1-xLaxB6 have been elusive for the last decades. Recently, detailed phase transitions in Ce1-xLaxB6 have been revealed by scientists of MPI-CPfS, TU-Dresden, and I. M. Frantsevich Institute. In addition, a simple feature which is likely to be observed in a multipolar heavy-fermion system has been found.  [mehr]
 
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