Is "Rb3C60" really Rb3C60? The NMR T,T′ problem

K. Gorny, C. Hahm, J. A. Martindale, S. Yu, C. H. Pennington, D. R. Buffinger, R. P. Ziebarth

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Abstract

A priori theoretical considerations lead one to expect that Rb3C60 is a Mott-Hubbard insulator. This has led to the proposal that the superconductor "Rb3C60" is, in fact, Rb3-εC60 (ε ∼ 0.06), and, furthermore, that the vacancies are associated with an unexpected, robust splitting in 87Rb NMR. We demonstrate that vacancies, if present, are unrelated to observed NMR splittings.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages (from-to)5118-5121
Number of pages4
JournalPhysical Review Letters
Volume79
Issue number25
StatePublished - 1997
Externally publishedYes

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Gorny, K., Hahm, C., Martindale, J. A., Yu, S., Pennington, C. H., Buffinger, D. R., & Ziebarth, R. P. (1997). Is "Rb3C60" really Rb3C60? The NMR T,T′ problem. Physical Review Letters, 79(25), 5118-5121.

Is "Rb3C60" really Rb3C60? The NMR T,T′ problem. / Gorny, K.; Hahm, C.; Martindale, J. A.; Yu, S.; Pennington, C. H.; Buffinger, D. R.; Ziebarth, R. P.

In: Physical Review Letters, Vol. 79, No. 25, 1997, p. 5118-5121.

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Gorny, K, Hahm, C, Martindale, JA, Yu, S, Pennington, CH, Buffinger, DR & Ziebarth, RP 1997, 'Is "Rb3C60" really Rb3C60? The NMR T,T′ problem', Physical Review Letters, vol. 79, no. 25, pp. 5118-5121.
Gorny K, Hahm C, Martindale JA, Yu S, Pennington CH, Buffinger DR et al. Is "Rb3C60" really Rb3C60? The NMR T,T′ problem. Physical Review Letters. 1997;79(25):5118-5121.
Gorny, K. ; Hahm, C. ; Martindale, J. A. ; Yu, S. ; Pennington, C. H. ; Buffinger, D. R. ; Ziebarth, R. P. / Is "Rb3C60" really Rb3C60? The NMR T,T′ problem. In: Physical Review Letters. 1997 ; Vol. 79, No. 25. pp. 5118-5121.
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