Kondo screening in a charge-insulating spinon metal [dataset]

Matjaž Gomilšek, Rok Žitko, Martin Klanjšek, Martin Pregelj, Christopher Baines, Yuesheng Li, Qingming Zhang & Andrej Zorko
The Kondo effect, an eminent manifestation of many-body physics in condensed matter, is traditionally explained as exchange scattering of conduction electrons on a spinful impurity in a metal. The resulting screening of the impurity's local moment by the electron Fermi sea is characterized by a Kondo temperature TK, below which the system enters a strongly-coupled regime. In recent years, this effect has found its realizations beyond the bulk-metal paradigm in many other conduction-electron systems, such...
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