Elementary Excitations in Quantum Antiferromagnetic Chains: Dyons, Spinons and Breathers

@article{Asano2002ElementaryEI,
  title={Elementary Excitations in Quantum Antiferromagnetic Chains: Dyons, Spinons and Breathers},
  author={Takayuki Asano and Hiroyuki Nojiri and Yuji Inagaki and Yoshitami Ajiro and L P Regnault and J-P. Boucher},
  journal={Molecular Crystals and Liquid Crystals},
  year={2002},
  volume={379},
  pages={121 - 130}
}
Considering experimental results obtained on three prototype compounds, TMMC, CsCoCl 3 (or CsCoBr 3 ), and Cu Benzoate, we discuss the importance of non-linear excitations in the physics of quantum (and classical) antiferromagnetic spin chains. soliton dyons spinons breathers 
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