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Physical review B
Magnons in antiferromagnetic insulators couple strongly to conduction electrons in adjacent metals. We show that this interfacial tie can lead to superconductivity in a trilayer consisting of a metal sandwiched between two antiferromagnetic insulators. The strength of the induced electron-electron coupling, and consequently the critical temperature, strongly increases with increasing interface exchange coupling. For a fixed electron-electron coupling strength, the critical temperature isdoi:10.1103/physrevb.100.125432 fatcat:3af5liyesrgz7ehao5jifzkkmq