Electrons with Planckian scattering obey standard orbital motion in a magnetic fieldDecember 2022
In strange metals, electrons undergo Planckian dissipation. The temperature dependence of this strong scattering is anomalous (linear rather than quadratic resistivity). The Taillefer group has shown that the magnetic field dependence of this scattering is normal.
Electrons with Planckian scattering obey standard orbital motion in a magnetic field
Atei et al., Nat. Phys. 18, 1420-1424 (2022).
Electrons with Planckian scattering in strange metals follow standard rules of orbital motion in a magnet
I. Fadelli, Phys.org
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