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AuthorsR. Feyerherm, E. Dudzik, S. Valencia, J.A. Mydosh, Y.K. Huang, W. Hermes, R. Pöttgen
TitleComplex charge ordering in CeRuSn
JournalPhysical Review B
Volume85
Year2012
Pages085120-
ISSN10980121
FacultyFaculty of Science
Institute/dept.FNWI: Van der Waals-Zeeman Institute (WZI)
AbstractAt ambient temperatures, CeRuSn exhibits an extraordinary structure with a coexistence of two types of Ce ions in a metallic environment, namely trivalent Ce3+ and intermediate valent Ce(4−δ)+. Charge ordering produces a doubling of the unit cell along the c axis with respect to the basic monoclinic CeCoAl-type structure. Below room temperature, a phase transition with very broad hysteresis has been observed in various bulk properties like electrical resistivity, magnetic susceptibility, and specific heat. The present x-ray-diffraction results show that at low temperatures the doubling of the CeCoAl type structure is replaced by an ill-defined modulated ground state. In this state, at least three different modulation periods compete, with the dominant mode close to a tripling of the basic cell. The transition is accompanied by a significant contraction of the c axis. XANES data suggest that the average Ce valence remains constant; thus the observed c-axis contraction is not due to any valence transition. We propose a qualitative structure model with modified stacking sequences of Ce3+ and Ce(4−δ)+ layers in the various modulated phases. Surprisingly, far below 100 K, the modulated state is sensitive to x-ray irradiation at photon fluxes available at a synchrotron. With photon fluxes of order 1012 s−1, the modulated ground state can be destroyed on a time scale of minutes and the doubling of the CeCoAl cell observed at room temperature is recovered. The final state is metastable at 10 K. Heating the sample above 60 K again leads to a recovery of the modulated state. Thus CeRuSn exhibits both thermally and x-ray induced reversible transformations of the Ce3+/Ce(4−δ)+ charge-ordering pattern. Such a behavior is unique among any known intermetallic compound.
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