Scientific article

Induced valence magnetism by core holes in ZrV2

Published inSolid State Communications, vol. 88, no. 2, p. 167-171
Publication date1993

Local density calculations for the strongly enhanced paramagnetic ZrV₂ in the C15 structure have been performed. The extraction of a S-electron of one spin produces a local spin polarization near the nucleus, which sometimes induces magnetism among V-d valence electrons depending on the core hole. We calculate threshold energies, X-ray absorption near edge spectra (XANES) and circular magnetic X-ray dichroism spectra (CMXD). The results suggest that enhanced paramagnets, like ZrV₂, may give quite unusual effects in spectroscopy measurements.

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LERCH, Philippe, MORONI, Elio Gabriele, JARLBORG, Thomas N. Induced valence magnetism by core holes in ZrV<sub>2</sub>. In: Solid State Communications, 1993, vol. 88, n° 2, p. 167–171. doi: 10.1016/0038-1098(93)90401-8
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