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TT: Fachverband Tiefe Temperaturen

TT 16: Poster Session Superconductivity, Cryogenic Particle Detectors, Cryotechnique

TT 16.8: Poster

Montag, 16. März 2020, 15:00–19:00, P2/EG

Nernst Effect and Thermal Conductivity in Nd doped La1.81Sr0.19 CuO4 — •Sanaz Shokri1, Christoph Wuttke1, Federico Caglieris1, Koushik Karmakar1, Andrey Malyuk1, Silvia Seiro1, Christian Heß1,2, and Bernd Büchner1,2,31IFW , Dresden, Germany — 2Centre for Transport and Devices, TU dresden, Germany — 3Institut für Festkörper Physik, TU Dresden, Germany

The interrelation of superconductivity, stripe correlations, and pseudogap in cuprate superconductors is an unresolved issue for rationalizing the physics of these materials. Here we focus on the thermal conductivity κ and the Nernst coefficient ν of La2−yxNdySrxCuO4 at x=0.19, which is a prototype cuprate superconductor with a hole concentration close to p ≈ 0.18, below which pseudogap are considered to emerge in various physical properties [1]. Additionally, the Nd doping is understood to play an essential role for the appearance of stripe correlations [2]. Our data reveal a striking non-monotonic evolution of both ν and κ as a function of y. The data will be discussed in terms of the impact of Nd-doping on the buckling of the CuO2 planes.

[1] O. Cyr-Choiniere et al., PRL 97, 064502(2017)

[2] J. Tranquada et al., Nature, 375, 561 (1994)

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