Superconductivity and correlated electrons

Strongly correlated electron systems are those where strong electron-electron correlations play a major role in determining the ground state electronic and magnetic properties of the solid. Unconventional superconductors including recently discovered Fe-pnictides, heavy Fermion superconductors, and multiferroics are  a few classic examples of strongly correlated electron systems.

Magnetization distribution in Fe-based superconductor K0.8Fe1.6Se2 measured using polarized neutrons
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