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Magnetic and spectroscopic properties of deposited transition metal clusters: A case study for Os on Fe(001)

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The fully relativistic KKR multiple scattering formalism has been used for a theoretical investigation of small Os clusters deposited on a Fe(001) surface. In order to account for the influence of spin-orbit coupling on the electronic and magnetic properties of such clusters the calculations were done on the basis of the Dirac equation within the framework of spin density functional theory (SDFT). Furthermore, the dichroism in X-ray absorption (XMCD) was investigated for small Os clusters up to a size of three atoms.

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2005-12-01
2016-12-05

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