Double frustration and magnetoelectroelastic excitations in collinear multiferroic materials

@article{Cabra2022DoubleFA,
  title={Double frustration and magnetoelectroelastic excitations in collinear multiferroic materials},
  author={D. C. Cabra and A. Dobry and Claudio J. Gazza and Gerardo L. Rossini},
  journal={Physical Review B},
  year={2022}
}
We discuss a model scenario for multiferroic systems of type II (collinear spins) where the electric dipolar order competes with a frustrated magnetic order in determining the elastic distortions of the lattice ion positions. High magnetic frustration due to second neighbors exchange and small spin easy-axis anisotropy lead to the appearance of the so called quantum magnetic plateau states. Increasing the magnetic field above the plateau border produces composite excitations, where… 

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