• Physics
  • Published 2019

Tunable Berry Curvature Through Magnetic Phase Competition in a Topological Kagome Magnet.

@inproceedings{Guguchia2019TunableBC,
  title={Tunable Berry Curvature Through Magnetic Phase Competition in a Topological Kagome Magnet.},
  author={Z Guguchia and Joel A. T. Verezhak and Dorota Gawryluk and Stepan S Tsirkin and J.-X. Yin and Ilya Belopolski and Haibing Zhou and Gediminas Simutis and S.-S. Zhang and Tyler A. Cochran and Guoqing Chang and Ekaterina Pomjakushina and Ludwig Keller and Z. Skrzeczkowska and Qingsheng Wang and H. C. Lei and R Khasanov and Alex Amato and S. Jia and Titus Neupert and Hubertus Luetkens and M. Zahid Hasan},
  year={2019}
}
Magnetic topological phases of quantum matter are an emerging frontier in physics and material science. Along these lines, several kagome magnets have appeared as the most promising platforms. However, the magnetic nature of these materials in the presence of topological state remains an unsolved issue. Here, we explore magnetic correlations in the kagome magnet Co_3Sn_2S_2. Using muon spin-rotation, we present evidence for competing magnetic orders in the kagome lattice of this compound. Our… CONTINUE READING
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