Narrow Linewidth Phenomena of Dilute D and F Atoms in Metals
The magnetic behaviour and electronic structure of a dilute transition metal ion in a host metal is the result of a competition between the tendency towards localization of d or f shells, and charge and spin derealization due to hybridization1. The study of dilute systems is necessary to improve our knowledge about the basic interactions between the d or f orbitais with conduction electrons and/or ligands. It is also important for an understanding of narrow band phenomena in concentrated systems.
KeywordsSpin Dynamic Crystal Field Splitting Crystal Field Effect Local Moment Formation Atomic Correlation Energy
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