Study explains Vexed behavior of Frustrated Magnets

April 6, 2015 10:06 AM

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Study explains Vexed behavior of Frustrated Magnets

Frustrated magnets are known to possess a magnetic structure that does not exhibit any magnetic feature when at low temperatures. However, a group of researchers at the Princeton University has found that in spite of not possessing any magnetic feature in low temperatures, frustrated magnets exhibit features of the Hall Effect.

For those who don’t know: the Hall Effect suggests that a magnetic field, when applied to electric current carried by charged particles present in a conductor, results in its deflection to one side.

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