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Gegenwart, Philipp and Langhammer, and Geibel, Christoph and Helfrich, Reiner and Lang, Michael and Sparn, and Steglich, Frank and Horn, and Donnevert, (1998):
Breakup of heavy fermions on the brink of 'Phase A' in CeCu2Si2.
In: Physical review letters. 81 (1998), S. 1501, [Article]

Steglich, Frank and Geibel, Christoph and Helfrich, Reiner and Kromer, and Lang, Michael and Sparn, and Gegenwart, and Donnevert, and Langhammer, (1998):
CeCu2Si2 and UBe13: new questions - old answers?
In: Journal of physics and chemistry of solids. 59 (1998), S. 2190, [Article]

Link, A. and Laube, and Donnevert, and Sparn, and Geibel, Christoph and Steglich, Frank (1998):
Magnetic to superconducting transition in CeCu2Si2 under pressure.
In: Journal of magnetism and magnetic materials. 177-181 (1998), S. 401, [Article]

Sparn, G. and Donnevert, and Hellmann, and Horn, and Laube, and Link, and Thomas, and Gegenwart, and Buschinger, (1998):
Pressure studies near quantum phase transitions in strongly correlated Ce systems.
In: High pressure science and technology. 7 (1998), S. 431, [Article]

Hellmann, Peter and Donnevert, and Thomas, and Geibel, Christoph and Sparn, and Steglich, Frank and Donnevert, and Thomas, and Geibel, Christoph and Sparn, and Steglich, Frank (1996):
Pressure studies of quantum critical effects in CeCu2Si2 and CeNi2Ge2.
In: Czechoslovak journal of physics. 46 (1996), Suppl. 5, S. 2591, [Article]

Steglich, Frank and Buschinger, and Gegenwart, and Lohmann, and Helfrich, Reiner and Langhammer, and Hellmann, and Donnevert, and Thomas, and Buschinger, and Gegenwart, and Lohmann, and Helfrich, Reiner and Langhammer, and Hellmann, and Donnevert, and Thomas, (1996):
Quantum critical phenomena in undoped heavy-fermion metals.
In: Journal of physics: Condensed matter. 8 (1996), S. 9909, [Article]

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