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Title: Superconductivity in the antiperovskite Dirac-metal oxide Sr[3−x]SnO
Authors: Oudah, Mohamed
Ikeda, Atsutoshi
Hausmann, Jan Niklas
Yonezawa, Shingo  kyouindb  KAKEN_id  orcid (unconfirmed)
Fukumoto, Toshiyuki
Kobayashi, Shingo
Sato, Masatoshi  kyouindb  KAKEN_id
Maeno, Yoshiteru
Author's alias: オーダ, モハメッド
池田, 敦俊
ハウスマン, ヤン・ニクラス
米澤, 進吾
福元, 敏之
小林, 伸吾
佐藤, 昌利
前野, 悦輝
Issue Date: 12-Dec-2016
Publisher: Springer Nature
Journal title: Nature Communications
Volume: 7
Thesis number: 13617
Abstract: Investigations of perovskite oxides triggered by the discovery of high-temperature and unconventional superconductors have had crucial roles in stimulating and guiding the development of modern condensed-matter physics. Antiperovskite oxides are charge-inverted counterpart materials to perovskite oxides, with unusual negative ionic states of a constituent metal. No superconductivity was reported among the antiperovskite oxides so far. Here we present the first superconducting antiperovskite oxide Sr[3−x]SnO with the transition temperature of around 5 K. Sr[3]SnO possesses Dirac points in its electronic structure, and we propose from theoretical analysis a possibility of a topological odd-parity superconductivity analogous to the superfluid [3]He-B in moderately hole-doped Sr[3−x]SnO. We envision that this discovery of a new class of oxide superconductors will lead to a rapid progress in physics and chemistry of antiperovskite oxides consisting of unusual metallic anions.
Description: マイナス金属イオンを含む酸化物で超伝導を発見 : 逆ペロブスカイト酸化物初の超伝導体. 京都大学プレスリリース. 2016-12-13.
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DOI(Published Version): 10.1038/ncomms13617
PubMed ID: 27941805
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