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Magnon–Crystal-Field-Transition Hybridization in ErFeO3

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Abstract

We simultaneously excited an antiferromagnetic magnon and crystal-field transitions (CFTs) in a b-cut ErFeO3 single crystal at low temperatures using terahertz pulses. We observe magnon-CFT hybridization as anticrossing behavior as a function of magnetic field.

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