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Physical review B
SrCo2As2 is a peculiar itinerant magnetic system that does not order magnetically, but inelastic neutron scattering experiments observe the same stripe-type antiferromagnetic (AF) fluctuations found in many of the Fe-based superconductors along with evidence of magnetic frustration. Here we present results from neutron diffraction measurements on single crystals of Sr(Co1-xNix)2As2 that show the development of long-range AF order with Ni-doping. However, the AF order is not stripe-type. Rather,doi:10.1103/physrevb.100.161113 fatcat:s462h2ilbfdovis2tx3oou75vq