Summary, How Far Could We Understand the f-Electron Systems
In this Hiroshima Workshop, mostly the transport and thermal properties of f-electron systems were discussed. We are mostly interested in some typical common anomalous properties but to establish them it is fundamentally necessary to study some typical materials in detail, and the latter becomes more important as our study extends over many materials.
KeywordsFermi Surface Fermi Energy Heavy Fermion Anomalous Hall Effect Crystal Field Splitting
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