강원
2016-08-28T10:08:21Z
2016-08-28T10:08:21Z
2013
0022-2291
OAK-9695
http://dspace.ewha.ac.kr/handle/2015.oak/223374
HMTSF-TCNQ is a quasi-one-dimensional organic conductor which undergoes CDW(charge density wave) transition at 30 K at ambient pressure, where HMTSF-TCNQ is hexamethylenetetraselena fulvalene-tetracyano quino dimethane. This CDW is suppressed by the pressure of 1 GPa. At this pressure, we found field-induced successive hysteretic transitions in magnetoresistance. This reminds us of the successive field-induced SDW (spin density wave) phases in TMTSF2X salts. However, the field range of interest is 2-3 times higher than that of TMTSF2X salts. Therefore, we need really high field to examine these properties. It is very likely that the field induced phases are of field induced CDW (FICDW), where quantum Hall effect and many interesting phenomena are expected like in the case of FISDW. Together with the magnetoresistance study up to the field of 31 Tesla and at temperatures down to 0.4 K in various magnetic field angles respective to the crystal axes, we examined the angular dependence of magnetoresistance oscillations(AMRO). It turned out that AMRO demonstrates clearly the occurrence of field-induced phase rather than the magneto-resistance by field sweep. Since the Hall resistance, R xy in the field-induced phases showed stepwise plateau structure against the field sweep, and its strength was in the order of magnitude of h/e 2 per molecular sheet, the Hall effect is very suggestive of quantum Hall effect. © 2012 Springer Science+Business Media New York.
English
Field-induced CDW phases in a quasi-one-dimensional organic conductor, HMTSF-TCNQ under pressure of 1 GPa in magnetic field of 31 T
Conference Paper
41400
170
SCI
SCIE
SCOPUS
377
382
Journal of Low Temperature Physics
10.1007/s10909-012-0799-9
WOS:000314183900026
2-s2.0-84876296076
Murata K.
Kang W.
Masuda K.
Fukumoto Y.
Graf D.
Kiswandhi A.
Choi E.S.
Brooks J.S.
Sasaki T.
Yokogawa K.
Yoshino H.
Kato R.
강원(7202402145)
20170601102924