Solitonic lattice and Yukawa forces in the rare-earth orthoferrite TbFeO3.

@article{Artyukhin2012SolitonicLA,
  title={Solitonic lattice and Yukawa forces in the rare-earth orthoferrite TbFeO3.},
  author={Sergey Artyukhin and Maxim V. Mostovoy and Niels Paduraru Jensen and Duc-Anh Le and Karel Proke{\vs} and Vinicius G. de Paula and Helo{\'i}sa Nunes Bordallo and Andrey Maljuk and Sven Landsgesell and Hanjo Ryll and Bastian Klemke and S. Paeckel and Klaus Kiefer and Kim Lefmann and Luise Theil Kuhn and Dimitri N. Argyriou},
  journal={Nature materials},
  year={2012},
  volume={11 8},
  pages={
          694-9
        }
}
The random fluctuations of spins give rise to many interesting physical phenomena, such as the 'order-from-disorder' arising in frustrated magnets and unconventional Cooper pairing in magnetic superconductors. Here we show that the exchange of spin waves between extended topological defects, such as domain walls, can result in novel magnetic states. We report the discovery of an unusual incommensurate phase in the orthoferrite TbFeO(3) using neutron diffraction under an applied magnetic field… 
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