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2014-06-24
2016-12-04

Abstract

The discoveries of iron-based superconductors with relatively high transition temperature are under intense experimental and theoretical investigation. Here we present magnetotransport measurements on FeSe superconductor under hydrostatic pressure. We show that in Fe-deficient tetragonal FeSe binary compound, the onset of superconducting transition is almost doubled under 1.98 GPa pressure and the estimated upper critical field of 26.7 Tesla is increased to 47.5 Tesla.

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