Time-Domain Anyon Interferometry in Kitaev Honeycomb Spin Liquids and Beyond.

@article{Klocke2021TimeDomainAI,
  title={Time-Domain Anyon Interferometry in Kitaev Honeycomb Spin Liquids and Beyond.},
  author={Kai Klocke and David Aasen and Roger S. K. Mong and Eugene A. Demler and Jason Alicea},
  journal={Physical review letters},
  year={2021},
  volume={126 17},
  pages={
          177204
        }
}
Motivated by recent experiments on the Kitaev honeycomb magnet α-RuCl_{3}, we introduce time-domain probes of the edge and quasiparticle content of non-Abelian spin liquids. Our scheme exploits ancillary quantum spins that communicate via time-dependent tunneling of energy into and out of the spin liquid's chiral Majorana edge state. We show that the ancillary-spin dynamics reveals the edge-state velocity and, in suitable geometries, detects individual non-Abelian anyons and emergent fermions… 
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