Neutrons reveal that spin glass can mimic quantum spin liquid
Phys. Rev. Lett. 120, 087201 (2018)
Quantum spin liquids represent a novel state of matter
in which the spins do not arrange themselves in an ordered pattern
as they do in a conventional magnet. This state features spins with long-range
entanglements and fractional excitations, and thus can find applications
in quantum computation and communication.
Current work is result of several chalenging experiments on PANDA spectrometer.