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Quantum Magnetism in Different Dimensions

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The unusual properties of quantum matter and the interest in harnessing these for next-generation technologies are central topics across a range of scientific fields. Within the field of condensed matter physics, spin models provide an excellent platform to explore cooperative quantum phenomena such as the elusive quantum spin liquid in many-body systems [1]. To bring about their emergence in solid materials, a variety of design aspects must be considered, and some of the most important of these include magnetic frustration, spin-orbit coupling, and the dimensionality of the underlying magnetic sublattice [2].

In this talk, the magnetic ground states of three quantum magnets realizing different dimensional models will be unraveled through comprehensive studies using thermodynamic, crystallographic, and spectroscopic data. The resulting ground states will be discussed in the context of the phase diagrams of the different spin models.

References: [1] L. Savary, L. Balents Rep. Prog. Phys. 80, 016502 (2016) [2] L. Clark, A. H. Abdeldaim, Annu. Rev. Mater. Res. 51:1, 495-519 (2021)

This talk is part of the Condensed Matter Physics Seminars series.

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