# Why paramagnetic chiral correlations in the long-wavelength limit do not contribute to muon spin relaxation

@article{Yaouanc2020WhyPC,
title={Why paramagnetic chiral correlations in the long-wavelength limit do not contribute to muon spin relaxation},
author={A. Yaouanc and P. Dalmas de R{\'e}otier},
journal={Physical Review B},
year={2020},
volume={102},
pages={020404}
}
• Published 1 July 2020
• Physics
• Physical Review B
A crystal structure that cannot be superposed on its mirror image by any combination of rotations and translations is classified as chiral. Such crystal structures have gained importance in recent years since they are prone to host unconventional magnetic orders and to exhibit topological magnetic textures. These properties result from the Dzyaloshinskii-Moriya antisymmetric exchange interaction which is authorized when space inversion is broken. While recent reports have shown the muon spin…
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