Single crystals of Y3Co8Sn4 were synthesized by arc-melting stoichiometric amounts of pure Y, Co, and Sn pieces, followed by slow cooling in a silica tube under vacuum. Powder x-ray diffraction analysis confirmed the single-phase nature of the crystal (fig. S4). The crystal orientation was determined by both x-ray Laue and neutron diffraction. The sample had a volume of 6 mm by 4 mm by 1 mm, with the widest surface parallel to the (001) plane.

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