wulfgar: Beowulf cluster
This is the spin-orbital centered on each Cu2+ ion in the quadruple perovskute antiferromagnet CaCu3Ti4O12.
1999 ITP Novel Magnetism Program
Superconductivity Coexisting With Magnetism
The compound that is pictured is related to RuSr2GdCu2O8, the hybrid ruthenocuprate that have been discovered to become magnetic at 135 K and then to become superconducting at 45 K. Below this temperature there is homogeneous magnetism coexisting with superconductivity. Originally thought to be ferromagnetism, it now seems that the RuO2 layers are antiferromagnetic.