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Appendix We consider the case that the valence p-bands are rilled and the conduction d-bands separated rrom the valence bands with a gap are vacant. The model is also applicable to Ce-monopnictides treated in detail in the text. To make the calculation simpler, we pick up only one rare earth site rrom which an r-electron is removed and the surrounding nearest neighbour anions. We also consider only d-symmetry molecular orbits and assume that the ten-rold degenerate bonding orbits belong to the valence bands and are occupied.
4 and the data taken for CeCu 2 • 2 Si 2 in an overcritical field B = 2T in Fig. 6a. In the following we discuss some polycrystal results which suggest a distinct influence of the "coherence-gap" formation on superconducting properties of CeCu 2 Si 2 : (i) In the absence of a maximum in Cn(T)/T (cf. Fig. 4), no superconductivity is found down to 20mK. Thus, the existence of a coherence gap appears as a necessary condi tion for HFS in CeCu 2 S i 2. On the other hand, (ii) the pronounced C(T)/T variation as observed for the gapless-superconducting sample No.