Iron arsenide superconductors – an example of the central role of crystal growth in solid state research

Research report (imported) 2011 - Max Planck Institute for Solid State Research

Authors
Keimer, Bernhard; Lin, Chengtian
Departments
Abteilung Keimer, Wissenschaftliche Servicegruppe Kristallzucht
Max-Planck-Institut für Festkörperforschung, Stuttgart
Summary
The synthesis of high-grade single crystals plays a key role in solid state research, because the significance of experimental results depends critically on the sample quality. We will illustrate this relationship by highlighting experiments on the recently discovered high-temperature superconducting iron arsenides.

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