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Crystal structures and the sign reversal Hall resistivity in iron-based superconductors Lix(C3H10N2)0.32FeSe (0.15

Ruijin Sun, Shifeng Jin, Jun Den, Munan Hao, Linlin Zhao, Xiao Fan, Xiaoning Sun, Jiangang Guo, Lin Gu, Xiaolong Chen

We report the crystal structure, superconductivity and normal state properties of two iron-based materials, Li0.15(C3H10N2)0.32FeSe(P-4) and Lix(C3H10N2)0.32FeSe(P4/nmm, 0.25<x<0.4) with superconducting transition temperature from 40~46K. The determined crystal structures revealed a coupling between Li concentration and the oritation of 1,2-Diaminopropane molecules within the hyper expanded FeSe layers. Further fitting on resistivity in terms of the Lawence-Doniach model suggests the two superconductors belong to the quasi-two dimonsional system. With increasing temperature, a differences in crystal structures and doping levels. First principle calculations revealed the increase in FeSe layer diatance will restruct the Fermi surface and generate a new hole pocket around Gamma point in the Brillouin Zone. Our findings support that the increase in two dimensionalities will leads to a temperature induced Lifshitz transition in electron doped FeSe superconductors.

Publisher URL: http://arxiv.org/abs/1901.02580

DOI: arXiv:1901.02580v1

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