We investigated the effect of hole doping and quenched disorder on the phase diagram of Y1-xCaxBa2Cu3O6+y, by exploiting the double doping mechanism of Y–Ca substitution and O intercalation in the undoped-to-heavily underdoped regime. We show that the insulator to metal transition, governed by the mobile hole concentration, reflects only the charges transferred by chain oxygen (the y fraction in the chemical formula). The transition is preceded by the suppression of antiferromagnetic order, which is replaced by a cluster spin glass ground state. We discuss the effect of doping and disorder on both magnetic states and on the appearance of superconductivity

Effect of the double doping mechanism on the phase diagram of Y1-xCaxBa2Cu3O6+y

SANNA, SAMUELE;
2009

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We investigated the effect of hole doping and quenched disorder on the phase diagram of Y1-xCaxBa2Cu3O6+y, by exploiting the double doping mechanism of Y–Ca substitution and O intercalation in the undoped-to-heavily underdoped regime. We show that the insulator to metal transition, governed by the mobile hole concentration, reflects only the charges transferred by chain oxygen (the y fraction in the chemical formula). The transition is preceded by the suppression of antiferromagnetic order, which is replaced by a cluster spin glass ground state. We discuss the effect of doping and disorder on both magnetic states and on the appearance of superconductivity
Francesco, Coneri; Giorgio, Concas; Sean, Giblin; Americo, Rigoldi; Sanna, Samuele; Roberto De Renzi,
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