Magnetic Field Induced Polarization in a Bose Glass State
High magnetic fields have been shown to induce strong electric polarizations in the doped organic quantum magnet, dichloro-tetrakis-thiourea, or DTN. The introduction of disorder in DTN leads to the formation of Bose glass states and the electric polarization is particularly enhanced at the transitions to the glass state.
- Research Area: Magnetism and Magnetic Materials
- Research Initiatives: Materials
- Facility / Program: High B/T
- Year: 2014