Magnetic Vortex Crystals in Frustrated Mott Insulator

@article{Kamiya2014MagneticVC,
  title={Magnetic Vortex Crystals in Frustrated Mott Insulator},
  author={Yoshitomo Kamiya and Cristian D. Batista},
  journal={Physical Review X},
  year={2014},
  volume={4},
  pages={011023}
}
Large-scale ordering of nonelementary mesoscopic magnetic structures is both fundamentally fascinating and technologically relevant. A theoretical study of frustrated quantum magnets predicts the emergence of a new class of stable magnetic vortex crystals under general conditions. 
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