Uncovering the Superlattice Structure of Calcium Iridium Oxide at Phase Transition
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First Observation of Superlattice Reflections in the Hidden Order at 105 K of SpinOrbit Coupled Iridium Oxide Ca_{5}Ir_{3}O_{12}
(JPSJ Editors' Choice)
J. Phys. Soc. Jpn.
90,
063702
(2021)
.
First Observation of Superlattice Reflections in the Hidden Order at 105 K of SpinOrbit Coupled Iridium Oxide Ca_{5}Ir_{3}O_{12}
(JPSJ Editors' Choice)
J. Phys. Soc. Jpn.
90,
063702
(2021)
.
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