Strong Neel Ordering and Luminescence Correlation in a Two‐Dimensional Antiferromagnet

@article{Zhou2022StrongNO,
  title={Strong Neel Ordering and Luminescence Correlation in a Two‐Dimensional Antiferromagnet},
  author={Yong-Heng Zhou and Kaiyue He and Huamin Hu and Gang Ouyang and Chao Zhu and Wei Wang and Sichen Qin and Ye Tao and Runfeng Chen and Le Zhang and Run Shi and Chun Cheng and Han Wang and Yanjun Liu and Zheng Liu and Taihong Wang and Wei Huang and Lin Wang and Xiaolong Chen},
  journal={Laser \& Photonics Reviews},
  year={2022},
  volume={16}
}
Magneto‐optical effect has been widely used in light modulation, optical sensing, and information storage. Recently discovered 2D van der Waals layered magnets are considered as promising platforms for investigating novel magneto‐optical phenomena and devices, due to the long‐range magnetic ordering down to atomically thin thickness, rich species, and tunable properties. However, majority 2D antiferromagnets suffer from low luminescence efficiency which hinders their magneto‐optical… 

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