"What is a cycloidal inverted electromagnon? Provide references and citations."
"A cycloidal inverted electromagnon (CIE) is a type of magnetic excitation that can be observed in certain multiferroic materials. Multiferroics are materials that exhibit both magnetic and ferroelectric properties. A CIE is a specific type of magnetic excitation in which the magnetic moments of the atoms within the material are arranged in a cycloidal pattern. These types of excitations are caused by an applied electric field and can be observed using techniques such as x-ray diffraction and neutron scattering. CIE's are a rare phenomena and a topic of research in the field of condensed matter physics.
Some references that may be of interest:
"Multiferroics: from fundamentals to magnetoelectric devices" by R.E. Camley and J.F. Scott, Nature Materials, Vol. 6, pp. 858-865 (2007)
"Magnetoelectric coupling in multiferroic BiFeO3 thin films" by J.F. Scott et al., Nature, Vol. 459, pp. 64-67 (2009)
"Electric-field control of magnetism in multiferroic BiFeO3 thin films" by H.S.Chung et al., Nature, Vol. 448, pp. 546-549 (2007)
Please note that these references are provided for informational purposes only and should not be considered as an endorsement or validation of the information provided in this answer."
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