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L. Salamakha, O. Sologub, A. Riss, H. Michor, H. Müller, B. Stöger, G. Giester, P. Rogl, A. Sakai, P. Gegenwart, E. Bauer:
"Complex transport and magnetism of the ternary boride YbPt5B2";
Physical Review B, 105 (2022), 205112; 1 - 14.



English abstract:
Novel ternary platinum borides YbPt5B2 and LuPt5B2 have been synthesized by arc melting of constituent elements and subsequent annealing at 1020 K. The unit cell of YbPt5B2 [YbPt5B2 type, monoclinic space group C2/m, a=15.4982(6) Å, b= 5.5288(3) Å, c= 5.5600(3) Å, β= 105.367(3)∘, single-crystal x-ray diffraction data] is composed of two structural fragments alternating along the a axis and extending infinitively along the b axis: (i) columns of face-fused, boron-filled, and empty edge-connected trigonal metal prisms, and (ii) zigzag chains of B-filled trigonal prisms connected by common edges. LuPt5B2 was found to be isotypic (Rietveld refinement of powder x-ray diffraction data). YbPt5B2 exhibits two magnetic phase transitions at Tmag1∼ 8 K and Tmag2∼ 4 K as deduced from specific heat, magnetostriction, electric resistivity, and magnetization data. The Kadowaki-Woods ratio of 1.2210−5μΩcm(molK/mJ)2 classifies YbPt5B2 as a heavy fermion system. A magnetic phase diagram was established, using magnetostriction and magnetoresistance data. Nonmagnetic LuPt5B2 is characterized by a simple metallic behavior.


"Official" electronic version of the publication (accessed through its Digital Object Identifier - DOI)
http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevB.105.205112


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