Controlling Magnetism of a Complex Metallic System Using Atomic IndividualismPhysical Review Letters
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AbstractWhen the complexity of a metallic compound reaches a certain level, a specific location in the structure may be critically responsible for a given fundamental property of a material while other locations may not play as much of a role in determining such a property. The first-principles theory has pinpointed a critical location in the framework of a complex intermetallic compound—Gd5Ge4—that resulted in a controlled alteration of the magnetism of this compound using precise chemical tools.
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Citation InformationYaroslav Mudryk, Durga Paudyal, Vitalij K. Pecharsky, Karl A. Gschneidner, et al.. "Controlling Magnetism of a Complex Metallic System Using Atomic Individualism" Physical Review Letters Vol. 105 Iss. 066401 (2010) p. 1 - 4
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