Original Paper

Journal of Superconductivity and Novel Magnetism

, Volume 25, Issue 7, pp 2533-2537

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Emergence of Magnetism in Doped Two-Dimensional Honeycomb Structures of III–V Binary Compounds

  • Krzysztof ZbereckiAffiliated withFaculty of Physics, Warsaw University of Technology Email author 


Using first-principles plane-wave calculations, a systematic study of the magnetic properties of doped two-dimensional honeycomb structures of III–V binary compounds has been conducted, both for magnetic or non-magnetic dopants. Calculations show that all cases where the magnetic moment is non-zero are energetically more favorable. For such cases band structure and (partial) density of states were calculated and analyzed in detail. The possible applications of these structures were also discussed.


Ab-initio Two-dimensional Magnetism