Structure and magnetic order of the diamond-kagome planar compound Cu2OSO4

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Materials with antiferromagnetic interactions between spins on a triangle lattice inherently exhibit large frustration between similar energy ground states giving rise to novel behavior. Of which the kagomé lattice is an enticing example; however, various effects hinder its highly degenerate spin-liquid state and instead select a single magnetic ground state. It is therefore worthwhile to study nearly-kagome compounds in an attempt to discern what precisely prevents formation of the spin-liquid. Since it has strong antiferromagnetic...
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