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Van Hove Singularity in the Magnon Spectrum of the Antiferromagnetic Quantum Honeycomb Lattice

Published

Author(s)

Gabriele Sala, M. B. Stone, Binod Rai, A. May, Pontus Laurell, V. Garlea, Nicholas Butch, M. Lumsden, Georg Ehlers, G. Pokharel, A. Podlesnyak, D. Mandrus, D. Parker, S. Okamoto, Gabor Halasz, A. Christianson
Citation
Nature Communications
Volume
12
Issue
1

Keywords

quantum magnet, honeycomb, Van Hove singularity

Citation

Sala, G. , Stone, M. , Rai, B. , May, A. , Laurell, P. , Garlea, V. , Butch, N. , Lumsden, M. , Ehlers, G. , Pokharel, G. , Podlesnyak, A. , Mandrus, D. , Parker, D. , Okamoto, S. , Halasz, G. and Christianson, A. (2021), Van Hove Singularity in the Magnon Spectrum of the Antiferromagnetic Quantum Honeycomb Lattice, Nature Communications, [online], https://doi.org/10.1038/s41467-020-20335-5 (Accessed August 9, 2022)
Created January 7, 2021, Updated September 29, 2021