Lucy’s Paper is Featured in the ISIS Annual Review 2020

The triangular to honeycomb transition within the two-dimensional layers of the quantum spin liquid candidate, TbInO3, upon cooling. Artwork
Credit: E. H. Driscoll, University of Birmingham (@EHDriscoll).

Lucy’s work on the triangular-honeycomb antiferromagnet TbInO3 was selected to be part of the ISIS Annual Review 2020! This work, which Lucy began as a post-doc in Prof. Bruce Gaulin’s group at McMaster University, involved a combination of analysis techniques; neutron diffraction on HRPD (ISIS), μSR on MuSR and EMU (ISIS), and inelastic measurements on SEQUOIA and CNCS (ORNL).

Read the whole review here!

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