Thermal Hall Effect Induced by Magnon-Phonon Interactions.

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Summary of "Thermal Hall Effect Induced by Magnon-Phonon Interactions."

We propose a new mechanism for the thermal Hall effect in exchange spin-wave systems, which is induced by the magnon-phonon interaction. Using symmetry arguments, we first show that this effect is quite general, and exists whenever the mirror symmetry in the direction of the magnetization is broken. We then demonstrate our result in a collinear ferromagnet on a square lattice, with perpendicular easy-axis anisotropy and Dzyaloshinskii-Moriya interaction from mirror symmetry breaking. We show that the thermal Hall conductivity is controlled by the resonant contribution from the anticrossing points between the magnon and phonon branches, and estimate its size to be comparable to that of the magnon-mediated thermal Hall effect.


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Name: Physical review letters
ISSN: 1079-7114
Pages: 167202


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