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On the calculation of exchange interactions in metals
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10.1063/1.2176392
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FIG. 1.

Exchange parameters in Fe (top panel), Co (middle panel) and Ni (bottom panel) as a function of neighbor distance , in units of the lattice constant . Diamonds show computed within the RSA and long-wave approximation using Eq. (10); squares employ the RSA using the SS technique. Circles in the Fe data were generated as a constant field, resulting in an -dependent noncollinearity within a site.

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Table I.

Critical temperatures , in K, calculated from Heisenberg parameters in Fig. 1 using the cluster variation method. The first rows indicate the lattice parameter used and the calculated magnetic moment. “RSA” and “ resolved” denote calculated by the SS technique within the RSA, allowing noncollinearity between orbitals.

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Scitation: On the calculation of exchange interactions in metals
http://aip.metastore.ingenta.com/content/aip/journal/jap/99/8/10.1063/1.2176392
10.1063/1.2176392
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