Low Temperature Physics Group

The Low Temperature Physics group explores diverse properties of electrons in solides. Our experimental technique is nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy, which utilises the nuclear spins for a microscopic probe. In these recent years, the NMR experiment is performed mainly on organic conductors, in which electronic ground states, such as charge ordered state, spin density wave state, and superconducting state, are controled by physical pressures of few GPa or chemical substitution.

This group strives to perform precise experiments on properly controled sample, and extracts the physics behind on the basis of experimentally established facts.


  • Apr. 24 2015 New members added to member.

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