Quantum liquids move to a higher dimension

@inproceedings{Albash2011QuantumLM,
  title={Quantum liquids move to a higher dimension},
  author={Tameem Albash and Stephan Haas},
  year={2011}
}
In a quantum spin liquid, the ground state neither has long-range magnetic order nor does it break any spatial symmetry. Quantum fluctuations—analogous to thermal fluctuations in a classical liquid—can destabilize ordered crystalline phases to produce this exotic phase of matter. Quantum spin liquids are of particular interest as they violate conventional wisdom about condensation of matter as one approaches zero temperature, e.g., to a superconducting phase. Since quantum fluctuations increase… CONTINUE READING