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Spin-flip effect on transport properties of a Mn3 molecule
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FIG. 1.

(Color online) (a) The geometrical structure of the SMM ; (b) the schematic graph of the two magnetic states considered in this work; and (c) the model structure of the two-probe system: an individual SMM is sandwiched between two semi-infinite Ag(100) electrodes. The part between the two vertical lines is the central region, in which two Cl atoms are used to be the contact atoms with the left (right) electrode. The contact distance between Cl atom and the surface of Ag(100) nano-electrodes is taken as Å.

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FIG. 2.

(Color online) (a) and (b) show the transmission spectra in the GS and the SF. (c) and (d) demonstrate the eigenstates of the Ag(100) nano-electrode, which are coupled with the MPSH states in the GS and the SF. The states in (c) are two-degenerate eigenstates of Ag(100) nano-electrodes. “UP” and “DN” mean the up-spin and the down spin.

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FIG. 3.

(Color online) characteristics of the molecule for the two magnetic states (GS and SF).

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FIG. 4.

(Color online) Band structure of Ag(100) nano-electrodes. The dash-dot line denotes the Fermi level.


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Scitation: Spin-flip effect on transport properties of a Mn3 molecule