The physical picture of unconventional superconductivity (SC) in Sr2RuO4, which was considered a solid-state analogue to the superfluid 3He-A phase for more than two decades [1,2], has been recently overturned . Here we use 17O NMR spectroscopy to probe the nature of the SC state in Sr2RuO4 and its evolution with magnetic field. The drop of Knight shift K is measured in the limit T → 0 across the field-tuned transition down to B/Bc2 < 0.2. While K includes contributions of both field-induced quasiparticles (QP) and a possible spin polarization of the condensate (of order unity for a p-wave state), the specific heat C/T includes only the QP term. By comparing the field dependence of K and C/T, we establish an upper bound for the response of <10% of the normal-state susceptibility, which is sufficient to exclude odd-parity candidates .
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