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Fermi surface and superconductivity in URhGe and other nonsymmorphic crystals

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URhGe orders ferromagnetically below 9.5K and coexisting superconductivity develops in the cleanest samples at 300mK. For magnetic fields applied along the b-axis, superconductivity is first destroyed at a critical field 2T but a second superconducting phase forms at higher fields 8

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