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R.J. Birgeneau, D..R,Gabbe, H.P. Jenssen, M.A. Kastner, P.J. Picone, T.R. Thurston, G. Shirane, Y. Endoh M. Sato, K. Yarnada, Y. Hidaka, M. Oda, Y. Enomoto, M. Suzuki, T. Murakami, "Antiferromagnetic spin correlations in insulating metallic and superconducting La2-xSrxCuO4," Physical Review B- Condensed Matter, 38(10), 6614-23, 1 October 1988. Marc A. Kastner (Department of Physics, MIT, Cambridge, Mass.): "This paper gave the first clear evidence that magnetic effects persist into the supercon

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Jun 25, 1989
R.J. Birgeneau, D..R,Gabbe, H.P. Jenssen, M.A. Kastner, P.J. Picone, T.R. Thurston, G. Shirane, Y. Endoh M. Sato, K. Yarnada, Y. Hidaka, M. Oda, Y. Enomoto, M. Suzuki, T. Murakami, "Antiferromagnetic spin correlations in insulating metallic and superconducting La2-xSrxCuO4," Physical Review B- Condensed Matter, 38(10), 6614-23, 1 October 1988.

Marc A. Kastner (Department of Physics, MIT, Cambridge, Mass.): "This paper gave the first clear evidence that magnetic effects persist into the superconducting phase of one of the new high-Tc materials. It is one in a series of reports to come out of an extremely successful collaboration between U.S. labs (at MIT and Brookhaven) and Japanese labs. In this series, we have reported in-depth studies of a single crystal lanthanum-based compound. Our efforts to grasp superconductivity at the microscopic level have allowed us to test the various theories of the phenomenon, and our experiments have...

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