The Electronic and Magnetic Properties of Half-metal Type MnFexCo2−xSi (with x=0, 0.25, 0.5, 0.75 ,1, 1.25, 1.5, 1.75, and 2) ... View Full Text


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DATE

2011-01

AUTHORS

Z. Nourbakhsh

ABSTRACT

The electronic and magnetic properties of MnFexCo2−xSi alloys have been calculated using density functional theory by Wien2k package, and a ferromagnetic ground state structure has been found for these alloys. The half-metallicity of the MnFe0.25Co1.75Si and MnFe1.75Co0.25Si is discussed in the light of changes in the orbital hybridization as a result of Fe and Co doping in MnCo2Si and MnFe2Si, respectively. The calculated magnetic moment of MnFexCo2−xSi alloys shows that the effect of Si atom on magnetic properties of these compounds is negligible compared to Mn, Fe, and Co atoms. The variation of magnetic moment versus x has been investigated. By fitting the nonlinear variation of the calculated magnetic moment versus concentration with third- order polynomials, the magnetic moment bowing factor has been calculated. More... »

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887-893

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