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Solid State Seminar June 2018

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Lucy Clark, Department of Chemistry, University of Liverpool

Spin Liquid Behaviour on the Emergent Honeycomb Lattice of TbInO3.

A spin liquid is a unique magnetic state of matter. It is a strongly correlated state, but one that can evade conventional long-range magnetic order, even at very low temperatures. Our ability to stabilise spin liquid ground states in magnetic materials is critical to exploring and understanding their exotic emergent phenomena experimentally. An essential mechanism through which we can suppress long-range magnetic order is by inducing a competition of the magnetic exchange interactions within a material. Thus, geometrically frustrated magnets have long been an important class of materials in which we have sought spin liquids. However, more recently, the roles that strong spin-orbit coupling and anisotropic exchange interactions may play in engineering spin liquid ground states have become intriguing focal points.

Laura Torrente, Dept. of Chemical Engineering, University of Cambridge

Manufacturing of nanostructured materials

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