Infinite critical boson non-Fermi liquid

  title={Infinite critical boson non-Fermi liquid},
  author={Xiao-Tian Zhang and Gang Chen},
  journal={npj Quantum Materials},
We study a distinct type of non-Fermi liquid where there exists an infinite number of critical bosonic modes instead of finite number of bosonic modes for the conventional ones. We consider itinerant magnets with both conduction electrons and fluctuating magnetic moments in three dimensions. With Dzyaloshinskii–Moriya interaction, the moments fluctuate near a boson surface in the reciprocal space at low energies when the system approaches an ordering transition. The infinite number of critical… 



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