Quantized (or not quantized) thermal Hall effect and oscillations in the thermal conductivity in the Kitaev spin liquid candidate α-RuCl3

Posted in Journal Articles on November 30, 2021 at 10:27 am by JCCMP

1. Oscillations of the thermal conductivity in the spin-liquid state of α-RuCl3
Authors: Peter Czajka, Tong Gao, Max Hirschberger, Paula Lampen-Kelley, Arnab Banerjee, Jiaqiang Yan, David G. Mandrus, Stephen E. Nagler, and N. P. Ong
Nature Physics 17, 915–919 (2021); DOI: 10.1038/s41567-021-01243-x

2. The planar thermal Hall conductivity in α-RuCl3
Authors: Peter Czajka, Tong Gao, Max Hirschberger, Paula Lampen-Kelley, Arnab Banerjee, Nicholas Quirk, David G. Mandrus, Stephen E. Nagler, and N. P. Ong
arXiv:2111.0xxxx (to appear)

3. Robustness of the thermal Hall effect close to half-quantization in a field-induced spin liquid state
Authors: J.A.N. Bruin, R.R. Claus, Y. Matsumoto, N. Kurita, H. Tanaka, and H. Takagi
arXiv:2104.12184

4. Evidence of a Phonon Hall Effect in the Kitaev Spin Liquid Candidate α-RuCl3
Authors: É. Lefrançois, G. Grissonnanche, J. Baglo, P. Lampen-Kelley, J. Yan, C. Balz, D. Mandrus, S. E. Nagler, S. Kim, Young-June Kim, N. Doiron-Leyraud, and L. Taillefer
arXiv:2111.05493

5. Sign Structure of Thermal Hall Conductivity and Topological Magnons for In-Plane Field Polarized Kitaev Magnets
Authors: Li Ern Chern , Emily Z. Zhang , and Yong Baek Kim
Physical Review Letters 126, 147201 (2021); DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevLett.126.147201

6. Pseudoscalar U(1) spin liquids in α-RuCl3
Authors: Inti Sodemann Villadiego
arXiv:2106.05290

Recommended with a commentary by Patrick A. Lee, MIT
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This commentary may be cited as:
DOI: 10.36471/JCCM_November_2021_02
https://doi.org/10.36471/JCCM_November_2021_02

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