Applications of pulsed magnetic fields and low temperatures to low-dimensional (organic) conductor physics

TitleApplications of pulsed magnetic fields and low temperatures to low-dimensional (organic) conductor physics
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication1996
AuthorsBrooks, J. S., Clark R. G., Starrett R. P., Newbury R., McKenzie Ross H., Skougarevsky A. V., Tokumoto M., Kinoshita N., Kinoshita T., Tanaka Y., Anzai H., Takasaki S., Yamada J., Kartsovnik M. V., Schegolev A. I., Athas G. J., and Sandhu P.
JournalPhysica B
Volume216
Issue3-4
Pagination380–383
AbstractThe advent of user-oriented pulsed magnetic fields combined with low temperature capability has opened up a new perspective on low-dimensional, and in particular, organic conductor physics. Opportunities include: the application of Fermiology methods both below and above the magnetic field induced phase transitions in the density wave materials; the quest for the quantum limit in bulk low-dimensional materials; and the search for electron interaction effects in the quasi-one-dimensional limit. This paper will focus on several such applications and directions in the (BEDT-TTF)(2)MHg(SCN)(4) quasi-two-dimensional and (TMTSF)(2)CIO4 quasi-one-dimensional organic conductors.