Giant topological Hall effect in correlated oxide thin films

  title={Giant topological Hall effect in correlated oxide thin films},
  author={Lorenzo Vistoli and Weiqi Wang and Anke Sander and Qiuxiang Zhu and Blai Casals and Rafael Cichelero and Agn{\`e}s Barth{\'e}l{\'e}my and Stephane Fusil and Gervasi Herranz and Sergio Valencia and Radu Abrudan and Eugen Weschke and Kazuki Nakazawa and Hiroshi Kohno and Jacobo Santamaria and Weida Wu and Vincent Garcia and Manuel Bibes},
  journal={Nature Physics},
Strong electronic correlations can produce remarkable phenomena such as metal–insulator transitions and greatly enhance superconductivity, thermoelectricity or optical nonlinearity. In correlated systems, spatially varying charge textures also amplify magnetoelectric effects or electroresistance in mesostructures. However, how spatially varying spin textures may influence electron transport in the presence of correlations remains unclear. Here we demonstrate a very large topological Hall effect… Expand

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