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Collin L. Broholm (Assoc)


Continuum of magnetic excitations in the Kitaev honeycomb iridate D3LiIr2O6

Thomas Halloran, Yishu Wang, Kemp Plumb, M. B. Stone, Barry Winn, M. K. Graves-Brook, Jose Rodriguez Rivera, Yiming Qiu, Prashant Chauhan, N. Armitage, Tomohiro Takayama, Hidenori Takagi, Collin L. Broholm
Inelastic neutron scattering (INS) measurements of powder D3(7Li)(193Ir)2O6 reveal low energy magnetic excitations with a scattering cross section that is

Noncollinear 2k Antiferromagnetism in the Zintl Semiconductor Eu5In2Sb6

Vincent Morano, Jonathan N. Gaudet, Nicodemos Varnava, Tanya Berry, Thomas Halloran, Chris Lygouras, Xiaoping Wang, Christina M. Hoffman, Guangyong Xu, Jeffrey Lynn, Tyrel McQueen, David Vanderbilt, Collin L. Broholm
Eu5In2Sb6 is an orthorhombic non-symmorphic small band gap semiconductor with three distinct Eu2+ sites and two low-temperature magnetic phase transitions. The

Spin-orbital order and excitons in magnetoresistive HoBi

Jonathan N. Gaudet, H. Yang, E. Smith, T. Halloran, J. Clancy, Jose Rodriguez Rivera, Guangyong Xu, Yang Zhao, Wangchun Chen, G. Sala, Adam A. Aczel, B. Gaulin, Fazel Tafti, Collin L. Broholm
The magnetism of the rock-salt fcc rare-earth monopnictide HoBi, a candidate topological material with extreme magnetoresistance, is investigated. From the Ho3+

Geometrical Frustration Versus Kitaev Interactions in BaCo2(AsO4)2

Thomas Halloran, Felix Desrochers, Emily Zhang, Tong Chen, Li E. Chern, Zhijun Xu, Barry Winn, Melissa Graves-Brook, M. B. Stone, Alexander I. Kolesnikov, Yiming Qiu, Ruidan Zhong, Robert Cava, Yong Kim, Collin L. Broholm
Recently, Co-based honeycomb magnets have been proposed as promising candidate materials to host the Kitaev spin liquid state. One of the front-runners is BaCo
Created October 9, 2019, Updated December 8, 2022