Density functional theory of the ground-state magnetic properties of rare earths and actinidesFunded under: FP2-RADPROT 7C
Density functional (DF) theory is a ground-state theory: a variational principle for the ground-state energy in terms of electron density or electron spin density. This article deals with the DF theory of the ground-state magnetic properties of rare earths and actinides. The work is discussed under the following headings: (i) transition metals, rare earths and actinides; (ii) the elemental metals; (iii) magnetism of rare earth compounds; (iv) magnetism in actinide compounds.
Bibliographic Reference: Article: Handbook of Magnetic Materials, Vol. 7 (1993) pp. 139-230
Availability: Nuclear Technology Publishing, PO Box 7, Ashford, Kent (GB)
ISBN: ISBN 1 870965 12 4
Record Number: 199410174 / Last updated on: 1994-11-28
Original language: en
Available languages: en