Multiferroic materials have been intensively studied these last decades for their interesting physics and their promising magnetoelectric applications . Materials having a crystallographic chirality are particularly interesting in the sense that their structure couples to magnetism and can display novel magnetoelectric coupling. This is the case of MnSb$_2$O$_6$ which crystallizes in P 321 space-group. The Mn atoms form a triangle in the unit cell, where the magnetic moments are dephased by 120° and follow a cycloidal modulation along the c-axis . The sense of rotation of the spins are so-called magnetic chiralities and directly linked through Heisenberg interactions to the structural chirality, defined as the helical winding of super-super-exchange pathways along the c-axis. Due to the presence of 3-fold magnetic domains below T$_N$=12 K, this compound was predicted to have a unique switching mechanism, which was explained by an ambiguous magnetic ground state . By a combination of unpolarized and polarized neutron diffraction techniques, we have extensively studied both the nuclear and magnetic structure of MnSb$_2$O$_6$ where we found a mixture of chiral structural and magnetic domains. We subsequently propose a mechanism leading to electric polarization based on coupled structural and magnetic chiralities.
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