Semi-classical simulation of spin-1 magnets

@article{Remund2022SemiclassicalSO,
  title={Semi-classical simulation of spin-1 magnets},
  author={Kimberly Remund and Rico Pohle and Yutaka Akagi and Judit Romh'anyi and Nic Shannon},
  journal={Physical Review Research},
  year={2022}
}
Theoretical studies of magnets have traditionally concentrated on either classical spins, or the extreme quantum limit of spin-1/2. However, magnets built of spin-1 moments are also intrinsically interesting, not least because they can support quadrupole, as well as dipole moments, on a single site. For this reason, spin-1 models have been extensively studied as prototypes for quadrupolar (spin-nematic) order in magnetic insulators, and Fe-based superconductors. At the same time, because of the… 
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