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Singlecrystal NaAlSi Shows Unconventional Superconductivity
2021329
Interesting normal and superconducting states of NaAlSi, a topological nodal line semimetal, were revealed by the measurements using the single crystals grown by the selfflux method.
Superconductivity

Exploring the Pseudogap in Cuprate Superconductors
2021322
Electronic nematic correlation, in which electronic degree of freedom breaks the crystal symmetry, was found to have a potential link to the origin of hightemperature superconductivity in cooper oxide materials.
Superconductivity

Solving Quantum Equations with Gauge Fields: How Explicit Integrators Based on a Bipartite Lattice and Affine Transformations Can Help
2021315
We proposed an explicit numerical integrator consisting of affine transformation pairs resulting from the checkerboard lattice for spatial discretization. It can efficiently solve time evolution equations that describe dynamical quantum phenomena under gauge fields, e.g., generation, motion, interaction of quantum vortices in superconductors or superfluids.
Mathematical methods, classical and quantum physics, relativity, gravitation, numerical simulation, computational modeling
Superconductivity

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Review of CuttingEdge Research on Iron Selenide Superconductors
202133
Scientists review the incredible progress in our understanding of the superconducting properties of iron selenide and provide their own insights, taking us one step closer to revolutionizing energy and electronics
Superconductivity
Crossdisciplinary physics and related areas of science and technology

Novel Material Shows Unconventional Superconductivity with Magnetic Order Under Pressure
202133
Multiple superconductivity wad found in the novel spintriplet superconductor UTe_{2}, which is called “Silicon of Quantum Computers”. A complicated spintriplet state is realized as a consequence of spin degree of freedom. This result will lead to a new state of topological superconductivity.
Superconductivity
Magnetic properties in condensed matter

Multiple Superconducting Phases in UTe_{2}: A Complex Analogy to Superfluid Phases of ^{3}He
202133
In quantum liquids, large differences are observed owing to differences in quantum statistics. The physical properties of liquid ^{3}He (Fermion) and ^{4}He (Boson) are considerably different at low temperatures. After the discovery of superconductivity in electron (i.e., Fermion) systems, a similar pairing ordered state was expected for ^{3}He. Remarkably, the observed ordered state of ^{3}He was more surprising than expected, multiple superfluid phases in the T–P phase diagram. The origin of the multiple phases was attributed to ferromagnetic interactions in the pwave symmetry state.
Superconductivity
Magnetic properties in condensed matter

Magnetic Responses of Majorana Kramers Pairs on TimeReversal Invariant Topological Superconductors
202133
We reveal magnetic degrees of freedom of Majorana fermions and find a new type of response that are distinct from those of conventional electrons.
Superconductivity
Electronic structure and electrical properties of surfaces and nanostructures