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Magnetostriction in the spin-density-wave phase of MnSi.

Elzbieta Franus-Muir

Magnetostriction in the spin-density-wave phase of MnSi.

by Elzbieta Franus-Muir

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Written in English

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    Thesis (M.Sc.), Dept. of Physics, University of Toronto

    ContributionsFawcett, E. (supervisor)
    The Physical Object
    Pagination64 leaves
    Number of Pages64
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16344624M

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    The system features an additional field-induced phase, called Q-phase, in form of an amplitude modulated spin-density wave (SDW) at very low temperatures and very high magnetic fields [1]. The microscopic theory of this multi-component ground state is still under discussion and has only recently been further clarified suggesting the emergence. Since the original development of spin-density-functional theory by von Barth and Hedin 1 and Pant and Rajagopal 2 thou- sands of spin-polarized DFT calculations have been performed and published and it is thus entirely impossible to cover even the most relevant part of them. Therefore, the restricted aim of these lecture notes is the.

    Magnetocaloric effects in the vicinity of phase transitions were already discussed by Tishin in Volume 12 of this Handbook, published in Since then there has been a strong proliferation in research on magnetocaloric materials and their application, mainly dealing with the option of magnetocaloric refrigeration at ambient temperature. Fig. 4. Magnetic phase diagram of MnSi from Kusaka et al. () and Ishikawa and Arai (). Region A is a paramagnetic (or nearly paramagnetic) phase, which penetrates into the ordered phase. COMPOUNDS OF TRANSITIONELEMENTS WITH NONMETALS neutrons, Shirane et al. () have studied the helicity of the helical spin density wave.


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Magnetostriction in the spin-density-wave phase of MnSi by Elzbieta Franus-Muir Download PDF EPUB FB2

THE CUBIC intermetallic compound MnSi has been revealed to be an itinerant electron magnet with a helical spin density wave (HSDW) below the Nl temperature TN = 30K,[1, 2]. Many experimental investigations suggest that MnSi is a typical example having various properties of weak ferromagnetism [3].Cited by: In the temperature range from T С to the temperature of disappearance of the spin density, the wave amplitude of the short-range helicoidal order (λCited by: 6.

In (TMTSF) 2 PF 6, RO are observed in the antiferromagnetic SDW or N = 0 FISDW phase and are much weaker in the N = 1 FISDW phase [56]. For the purposes of the current chapter it is important only that for the one-dimensional Fermi surface, RO (1) have much shorter period than the FISDW anomalies, and (2) have a nonmonotonic temperature Cited by: 1.

Field induced spin density wave phases in (TMTSF)(2)CIO4 at high magnetic field Article (PDF Available) in Journal de Physique IV (Proceedings) (1) April with 51 Reads. Temperature-induced spin density wave in a magnetically doped topological insulator Bi_ {2} Se_ {3} Article in Physical review.

B, Condensed matter 86(4) July with 16 Reads. Pressure induced magnetic order in FeSe Rustem Khasanov,1, Zurab Guguchia, 1Alex Amato, Elvezio Morenzoni,1 Xiaoli Dong,2 Fang Zhou, 2and Zhongxian Zhao 1Laboratory for Muon Spin Spectroscopy, Paul Scherrer Institut, Villigen PSI, Switzerland 2Beijing National Laboratory for Condensed Matter Physics, Institute of Physics & University of Chinese Academy of.

The pinning of a linearly polarized spin-density wave by an impurity is due to the mismatches of the charge and spin oscillations. For comparison it is shown that for an intermediate-strength impurity the ratio of the pinning energies of a spin-density wave and of a charge-density wave with the same gap is larger than which is well beyond Cited by: 5 Typical transverse [0, K, 0] and longitudinal [H, 0, 0] neutron diffraction scans are shown in Figs.

1(b) and (c) for the x = sample at the superconducting transition temperature (Tc), where Tc is below the AFM ordering temperature (TN).The observation of a pair of Bragg peaks located symmetrically at positions (0, ±ε, 0) around QAFM in the transverse scan clearly indicates IC.

Boundary induced spin density wave – similar to Friedel oscillation for charge density. Boundary spin torque: scattering by boundary may induce spin flipping. Bulk contribution: spins are transported to the boundary region from the bulk – spin current.

λF /2 Sz(r) b ℓD Sz(r) Js Spin current is only relevant to the spin accumulation. Thesis: “Magnetostriction in the Spin-Density-Wave Phase of MnSi” Prior to coming to Canada from Poland inMrs.

Muir worked at the AGH University of Science and Technology in Krakow and she earned her Magister Fizyki degree from the Jagiellonian University with the thesis ” Clathrate Inclusion Compounds and Their Investigation in.

enafulvalene. exhibit a rich phase diagram when tempera-ture, magnetic field, or pressure are varied. In three members of this family (X5ClO4,PF6, ReO4), a moderate magnetic field above several Tesla destroys the metallic phase and induces a series of spin-density-wave~SDW.

phases sepa-rated by first-order phase transitions.1 Because of a strong. The spin density wave model in a quasi-one-dimensional itinerant antiferromagnet with staggered potential at finite temperature is studied. Only short-range ordering exists in this system above the Néel temperature.

The local-band theory of spin fluctuations is developed to calculate the spin density wave amplitude and the effective exchange : M. Avignon, V. Men’shov, V. Tugushev. Thesis: “Magnetostriction in the Spin-Density-Wave Phase of MnSi” Ingita Patel, Graduate Researcher, University of Toronto.

I am a Graduate Student Researcher at the University of Toronto in the department of Pharmaceutical Sciences and Neuroscience. Bauer, A.; Garst, M.; Pfleiderer, C.: Specific {{Heat}} of the {{Skyrmion Lattice Phase}} and {{Field}}-{{Induced Tricritical Point}} in {{MnSi}}.

Physical. This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. Here we study a model d-wave superconductor that develops spin-density wave order, and find that the spin resonance is unaffected by the onset of static magnetic order.

This result suggests a scenario, in which the resonance in Nd Ce CoIn 5 is a longitudinal mode with fluctuating moments along the ordered magnetic moments. Full text of "Magnetism And The Chemical Bond" See other formats. *These authors presented the scientific reports collected in this book at the Superstripes conference held in Ischia (It) on JuneUpper critical fields near the spin density wave transition of BaFe2 phase possesses unusual stability that we attribute to the formation of the condensate.

The weak band antiferromagnet MnSi possesses a helical structure (see Helicomagnet) with a long wavelength ( Å) and hence it may be considered as a weak band antiferromagnet with an inhomogeneous ground state in the form of a helical spin density wave.

The dynamics of phase transformations on the time-scale pertinent to atomic, orbital and spin motion is a rather unexplored field in physics. This is also a particularly interesting problem of modern magnetism, a study of which may have tremendous consequences for future development of magnetic recording technology.

Order and excitations near the spin-density-wave masked ferromagnetic quantum critical point in Nb (1-y) Fe (2-y) Lucas, M., 20 Dec(Unpublished) p. At low temperatures, the relative phase between the spins on the two sublattices is described by a six-state clock model with an emergent critical phase and two Berezinskii-Kosterlitz-Thouless (BKT) phase transitions.\\[4pt] [1] Peter P.

Orth, Premala Chandra, Piers Coleman, and J\"org Schmalian, arXivv1 () (accepted for Phys. Rev.A manganese hydride molecular sieve for practical hydrogen storage under ambient conditions Morris L, Hales James J, Trudeau Michel L, Georgiev P, Embs J, Eckert J, Kaltsoyannis N, Antonelli David M Energy & Environmental Science, C8EEE ().

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