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Mat. 63 & 64 (1987) 76. A. Cattaneo, Thesis University of Cologne (1984).  F. Lapierre, P. Haen, A. Briggs, A. Hamzic, A. P. Kappler, J. Magn. Magn. Mat. 63 & 64 (1987) 338. Journal of Magnetism and Magnetic Materials 63 & 64 (1987) 31-33 North-Holland, Amsterdam CRYSTAL-FIELD-EXCITATIONS IN CePb 3 B. RENKER, E. GERING, F. GOMPF, H. SCHMIDT and H. B. 3640, D-7500 Karlsruhe, Fed. Rep. Germany We present absolute intensities for inelastic magnetic neutron-scattering from cubic CePb3. Both quasi-elastic scattering and inelastic scattering due to CEF excitations are observed and analyzed in terms of a free-ion CEF scheme.
2a) is sup- CL. Lin et al. 75 GPa. The initial low field rise in p m a g seen in the inset of fig. 75 GPa. Using the results displayed in fig. 75 GPa would have increased the lower temperature maximum in p m a g (T) which signals the onset of coherence to ~ 6 . 5 K . This in creased coherence is apparently sufficient to quench both the positive magnetoresistance at low field and the large negative magnetoresis tance at higher fields observed at zero pressure. Field induced superconductivity for HF sys tems and its pressure dependence have been recently studied by Tachiki and coworkers .
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