Interplay between magnetism and superconductivity in metallic hydrogen and hydrides at high pressure
Dept.of Phys.of Supercond., Inst.for Phys.of Microstruct. Russian Academy of Sciences, 603600 Nizhny Novgorod, Russia
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Published online: 4 July 2018
The detailed analysis of resistive and magnetic measurements with sulfur hydrides at high pressure is performed. The hydrogen system at high pressure can exhibit ferromagnetic (FM) as well as superconducting (SC) properties with layered structure. The onset temperature of resistive transition at 200 K in metallic sulfur hydrides corresponds to magnetic (AF SDW) phase transition rather than SC one. SC transition in these sulfur hydrides occurs only when magnetic (AF SDW) phase transition is over (~ 40 K). The SC mechanism in metallic sulfur hydrides is not conventional but corresponds to Keldysh-Kopaev model characteristic for systems with coexistence of dielectric and SC pairing.
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