# Magnon spectrum of the Weyl semimetal half-Heusler compound GdPtBi

@article{Sukhanov2019MagnonSO,
title={Magnon spectrum of the Weyl semimetal half-Heusler compound GdPtBi},
author={A. S. Sukhanov and Y. A. Onykiienko and R. Bewley and Chandra Shekhar and Claudia Felser and Dmytro S. Inosov},
journal={Physical Review B},
year={2019}
}
• Published 30 October 2019
• Physics, Materials Science
• Physical Review B
The compound GdPtBi is known as a material where the non-trivial topology of electronic bands interplays with an antiferromagnetic order, which leads to the emergence of many interesting magnetotransport phenomena. Although the magnetic structure of the compound has previously been reliably determined, the magnetic interactions responsible for this type of order remained controversial. In the present study, we employed time-of-flight inelastic neutron scattering to map out the low-temperature…
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