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Condensed Matter Physics Seminar


How do we use NMR to investigate strongly correlated electron

Takashi Imai
Dept.of Physics, McMaster University

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Wed. November 19, 2003     10:30 AM     Stirling 501

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NMR (Nuclear Magnetic Resonance) spectroscopy is a very useful microscopic probe into various matters, including solids, liquids, and even human body (i.e. MRI). In this talk, I will explain how we utilize NMR to investigate superconductivity, phase transitions, electron-electron correlation effects, spin fluctuations, etc. in transition metal oxides. Specific examples will be drawn from our current interest, such as spin-Peierls transition in TiOCl and new superconducting material Na(x)CoO(2)-[H(2)O]y.

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