James Glasbrenner: Publications

  • APS link S Ikeda, Y Tsuchiya, XW Zhang, S Kishimoto, T Kikegawa, Y Yoda, H Nakamura, M Machida, JK Glasbrenner, H Kobayashi. New antiferromagnetic order with pressure-induced superconductivity in EuFe2As2. Physical Review B 98 (10), 100502 (2018).
  • APS link M. A. Surmach, B. J. Chen, Z. Deng, C. Q. Jin, J. K. Glasbrenner, I. I. Mazin, A. Ivanov, and D. S. Inosov, “Weak doping dependence of the antiferromagnetic coupling between nearest-neighbor Mn2+ spins in (Ba1−xKx)(Zn1−yMny)2As2,” Phys. Rev. B 97, 104418 (2018).
  • APS link K. Zhao, J. K. Glasbrenner, H. Gretarsson, D. Schmitz, J. Bednarcik, M. Etter, J. P. Sun, R. S. Manna, A. Al-Zein, S. Lafuerza, W. Scherer, J. G. Cheng, and P. Gegenwart, “Collapsed tetragonal phase as a strongly covalent and fully nonmagnetic state: Persistent magnetism with interlayer As–As bond formation in Rh-doped Ca0.8Sr0.2Fe2As2,” Phys. Rev. B 97, 020510 (2018).
  • APS link G. Zhang, J. K. Glasbrenner, R. Flint, I. I. Mazin, and R. M. Fernandes, “Double-stage nematic bond ordering above double stripe magnetism: Application to BaTi2Sb2O,” Phys. Rev. B 95, 174402 (2017).
  • APS link Daniel Guterding, Harald O. Jeschke, I. I. Mazin, J. K. Glasbrenner, E. Bascones, and Roser Valentí, “Non-trivial role of interlayer cation states in iron-based superconductors,” Phys. Rev. Lett. 118, 017204 (2017).
  • APS link J. K. Glasbrenner, “Collapse and control of the MnAu2 spin-spiral state through pressure and doping,” Phys. Rev. B 93, 184402 (2016).
  • APS link J. K. Glasbrenner, I. I. Mazin, H. O. Jeschke, P. J. Hirschfeld, R. M. Fernandes and R. Valentí, “Effect of magnetic frustration on nematicity and superconductivity in Fe chalcogenides,” Nat. Phys. 11, 953 (2015).
  • APS link J. K. Glasbrenner, K. M. Bussmann, and I. I. Mazin, “Magnetic spiral induced by strong correlations in MnAu2,” Phys. Rev. B 90, 144421 (2014).
  • APS link J. K. Glasbrenner, I. Žutić, and I. I. Mazin, “Theory of Mn-doped II-II-V semiconductors,” Phys. Rev. B 90, 140403(R) (2014).

  • Created in July 2018.  Last update: January, 2019.