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Magnetic Transitions in the Topological Magnon Insulator Cu(1,3-bdc)



Robin Michael Daub Chisnell, Joel Helton, D. E. Freedman, D. K. Singh, F. Demmel, Chris Stock, D. G. Nocera, Y. S. Lee


Topological magnon insulators are a new class of magnetic materials that posses topologically nontrivial magnon bands. As a result, magnons in these materials display properties analogous to those of electrons in topological insulators. Here, we present magnetization, specific heat, and confirm that it is an ideal prototype for topological magnon physics in a system with a simple spin Hamiltonian.
Physical Review B


Daub, R. , , J. , , D. , , D. , Demmel, F. , Stock, C. , , D. and , Y. (2016), Magnetic Transitions in the Topological Magnon Insulator Cu(1,3-bdc), Physical Review B, [online], (Accessed April 20, 2024)
Created June 2, 2016, Updated February 19, 2017