Quantum oscillations in the binary antiferromagnetic metal FeAs are presented and compared to theoretical predictions for the electronic band structure in the anomalous spin density wave state of this material. Demonstrating a method for growing single crystals out of Bi flux, we utilize the highest quality FeAs to perform torque magnetometry experiments up to 35 T, using rotations of field angle in two planes to provide evidence for one electron and one hole band in the magnetically ordered state. The resulting picture agrees with previous experimental evidence for multiple carriers at low temperatures, but the exact Fermi surface shape differs from predictions, suggesting that correlations play a role in deviation from ab initio theory and cause up to a fourfold enhancement in the effective carrier mass.
D. J. Campbell et al., "Quantum Oscillations in the Anomalous Spin Density Wave State of FeAs," Physical Review B, vol. 96, no. 7, article no. 75120, American Physical Society (APS), Aug 2017.
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