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Abstract: We have performed $^{125}$Te NMR on a single crystal of the novel layeredsuperconductor Fe$ {1.04}$Te$ {0.67}$Se$ {0.33}$ for the first time. The spinparts of the Knight shifts for both $H - a$, $H - c$ are suppressed in thesuperconducting state, indicating the spin singlet superconductivity. Atsuperconducting state, $1-T {1}$ shows the power-law behavior $\sim T^{3}$without any coherent peaks. Observations of the residual density of state andthe $T^{3}$-law indicate the presence of the line node in the superconductinggap. In the normal state, $1-T {1}T$ which probes the \textbf{q}-summation ofspin fluctuations enhances at low temperatures. Our results suggest that thesuperconductivity in Fe$ {1+\delta}$Te$ {1-x}$Se$ {x}$ is stabilized by thegrowth of the antiferromagnetic spin fluctuations as well as in FeSe.



Author: Chishiro Michioka, Hiroto Ohta, Mami Matsui, Jinhu Yang, Kazuyoshi Yoshimura, Minghu Fang

Source: https://arxiv.org/







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