Magnetic and structural properties of isolated and assembled clusters

... The main sources of magnetism in atoms, clusters and solids are the currents associated with the electronic motion (orbital magnetism) and the intrinsic angular momentum of the electrons (spin magnetism). These properties have a quantum mechanical nature and cannot be regarded as the superposition o ...

... The main sources of magnetism in atoms, clusters and solids are the currents associated with the electronic motion (orbital magnetism) and the intrinsic angular momentum of the electrons (spin magnetism). These properties have a quantum mechanical nature and cannot be regarded as the superposition o ...

Relativistic effects in atomic and molecular properties

... Until the seventies of the 20th century it was generally accepted that for a description of the electronic structure of atoms and molecules and, therefore, for the whole chemistry and for the substantial part of physics, relativistic theory is not needed. According to Sheldon L. Glashow [1], Nobel P ...

... Until the seventies of the 20th century it was generally accepted that for a description of the electronic structure of atoms and molecules and, therefore, for the whole chemistry and for the substantial part of physics, relativistic theory is not needed. According to Sheldon L. Glashow [1], Nobel P ...

Abstract book final - International Conference on Strongly

... (i) Based on a microscopic model including both electron correlation and spin-orbit coupling, it was shown in Ref. [1] that the local electric polarization induced between two spins can be nonvanishing when the spins are neither ferromagnetic nor antiferromagnetic, i.e., non-collinear. This “local r ...

... (i) Based on a microscopic model including both electron correlation and spin-orbit coupling, it was shown in Ref. [1] that the local electric polarization induced between two spins can be nonvanishing when the spins are neither ferromagnetic nor antiferromagnetic, i.e., non-collinear. This “local r ...

Engineering a Robust Quantum Spin Hall State in Graphene via

... orbitals carry higher angular momentum, spin-flip processes which do affect the Dirac points will generically appear. The induced Rashba terms may still be subdominant, although whether this is the case depends on details of the Hamiltonian, unlike the situation for p orbitals. In contrast, Sz -cons ...

... orbitals carry higher angular momentum, spin-flip processes which do affect the Dirac points will generically appear. The induced Rashba terms may still be subdominant, although whether this is the case depends on details of the Hamiltonian, unlike the situation for p orbitals. In contrast, Sz -cons ...

Prog. Theor. Phys. Suppl. 176, 384 (2008).

... change the underlying state, quantum mechanics allows for more complex behavior. In three-dimensional quantum systems the exchange of two identical particles may result in a sign-change of the wavefunction which distinguishes fermions from bosons. Two-dimensional quantum systems – such as electrons ...

... change the underlying state, quantum mechanics allows for more complex behavior. In three-dimensional quantum systems the exchange of two identical particles may result in a sign-change of the wavefunction which distinguishes fermions from bosons. Two-dimensional quantum systems – such as electrons ...

Electromagnetic Field Angular Momentum of a Charge at Rest in a

... If we suppose the inﬁnite solenoid to be the limit of a long, but ﬁnite solenoid, we could imagine bringing charge q to, say, distance a from the axis at the center of the solenoid by starting it on the axis but well outside the solenoid, moving it along the axis to the center of the solenoid, and ﬁ ...

... If we suppose the inﬁnite solenoid to be the limit of a long, but ﬁnite solenoid, we could imagine bringing charge q to, say, distance a from the axis at the center of the solenoid by starting it on the axis but well outside the solenoid, moving it along the axis to the center of the solenoid, and ﬁ ...

Investigation of the magnetic and electronic structure

... or FeStar produced by Saalfrank et al. (2001, 2006) attached from Takacs (2005). Fe: Green; O: Red; C: Black; N: Blue; H: White. . . . . . . . . . XAS and XMCD analysis on Fe4 . Absorption spectra (white dots: µ+ ; black dots: µ− ) and dichroic signal (black solid line) at T = 0.75 K and B = 3.0 T, ...

... or FeStar produced by Saalfrank et al. (2001, 2006) attached from Takacs (2005). Fe: Green; O: Red; C: Black; N: Blue; H: White. . . . . . . . . . XAS and XMCD analysis on Fe4 . Absorption spectra (white dots: µ+ ; black dots: µ− ) and dichroic signal (black solid line) at T = 0.75 K and B = 3.0 T, ...