Berry curvature unravelled by the anomalous Nernst effect in Mn3Ge

@article{Wuttke2019BerryCU,
  title={Berry curvature unravelled by the anomalous Nernst effect in 
Mn3Ge},
  author={Christoph Wuttke and Federico Caglieris and Steffen Sykora and F. Scaravaggi and Anja U. B. Wolter and Kaustuv Manna and Vicky Suss and Chandra Shekhar and Claudia Felser and Bernd Buchner and Christian Hess},
  journal={Physical Review B},
  year={2019}
}
The discovery of topological quantum materials represents a striking innovation in modern condensed matter physics with remarkable fundamental and technological implications. Their classification has been recently extended to topological Weyl semimetals, i.e., solid state systems which exhibit the elusive Weyl fermions as low-energy excitations. Here we show that the Nernst effect can be exploited as a sensitive probe for determining key parameters of the Weyl physics, applying it to the non… 

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