Pseudogap Behavior of the Nuclear Spin-lattice Relaxation Rate in FeSe Probed by $^{77}$Se-NMR

12 Dec 2017  ·  Shi Anlu, Arai Takeshi, Kitagawa Shunsaku, Yamanaka Takayoshi, Ishida Kenji, Böhmer Anna E., Meingast Christoph, Wolf Thomas, Hirata Michihiro, Sasaki Takahiko ·

We conducted $^{77}$Se-nuclear magnetic resonance studies of the iron-based superconductor FeSe in magnetic fields of 0.6 to 19 T to investigate the superconducting and normal-state properties. The nuclear spin-lattice relaxation rate divided by the temperature $(T_1T)^{-1}$ increases below the structural transition temperature $T_\mathrm{s}$ but starts to be suppressed below $T^*$, well above the superconducting transition temperature $T_\mathrm{c}(H)$, resulting in a broad maximum of $(T_1T)^{-1}$ at $T_\mathrm{p}(H)$... This is similar to the pseudogap behavior in optimally doped cuprate superconductors. Because $T^*$ and $T_\mathrm{p}(H)$ decrease in the same manner as $T_\mathrm{c}(H)$ with increasing $H$, the pseudogap behavior in FeSe is ascribed to superconducting fluctuations, which presumably originate from the theoretically predicted preformed pair above $T_\mathrm{c}(H)$. read more

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