Our paper came out recently, entitled “Electronic structure and topology across Tc in the magnetic Weyl semimetal Co3Sn2S2”
Co3Sn2S2 is a ferromagnet below Tc=177K, and the time reversal symmetry breaking in the magnetic phase stabilizes Weyl points. Earlier studies have established this material to be a Weyl semimetal in its ground state, but our recent paper is the first published work through Tc. We observe spectroscopic evidence of a topological phase transition across Tc (somewhat expected), but surprisingly also see flatter bands above Tc, suggesting enhanced electronic correlation effects above Tc. This work was a collaboration between our group, as well as the Savrasov (theory) and Taufour (synthesis) groups at UC Davis. Congratulations to Antonio, Seva, Adam, Sudheer, and Zio!