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Abstract: The intricate interplay between nontrivial topology and magnetism in two-dimensional (2D) materials has led to the emergence of many novel phenomena and functionalities. An outstanding example is the quantum anomalous Hall (QAH) effect, which was realized in magnetically doped...
Abstract: Superconductivity in FeSe emerges from a nematic phase that breaks four-fold rotational symmetry in the iron plane. This phase may arise from orbital ordering, spin fluctuations, or hidden magnetic quadrupolar order. Here we use inelastic neutron scattering on a mosaic of single...
Abstract: While metal-halide perovskites have recently revolutionized research in optoelectronics through a unique combination of performance and synthetic simplicity, their low-dimensional counterparts can further expand the field with hitherto unknown and practically useful optical...
Abstract: Stacking order can significantly influence the physical properties of two-dimensional (2D) van der Waals materials. The recent isolation of atomically thin magnetic materials opens the door for control and design of magnetism via stacking order. Here we apply hydrostatic pressure up to...
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