A three-dimensional magnetic topological phase

  title={A three-dimensional magnetic topological phase},
  author={Ilya Belopolski and D. Sevilla Sanchez and Guoqing Chang and Kaustuv Manna and Benedikt Ernst and Su-Yang Xu and Songtian S. Zhang and Hao Zheng and Jiaxin Yin and Bahadur Singh and Guang Bian and Daniel Multer and Xiaoting Zhou and Shin-Ming Huang and BaoKai Wang and Arun Bansil and Hsin Lin and Claudia Felser and M Zahid Hasan},
  journal={arXiv: Materials Science},
We use photoemission spectroscopy to discover the first topological magnet in three dimensions, the material Co$_2$MnGa. 
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