Two-Magnon Pairing Effects on the Optical Spectra of Antiferromagnets
Recent experiments with light have made it possible to observe the interaction between pairs of magnons in antiferromagnets. We show that these interactions produce large effects on the observed spectra of RbMnF3 and CoF2.
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