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The homogeneous state of a ferromagnet-superconductor bilayer (FSB) with the magnetization perpendicular to the layer can be unstable with respect to the formation of vortices in the superconducting layer. The developing topological instability in the FSB leads to formation of domains in which the direction of the magnetization in the magnetic film and the(More)
Here we report a method to calculate the vortex and magnetization arrangement for a system of interacting superconductors and ferromagnets separated in space. The method is based on static London-Maxwell equations and the corresponding energy. Possible superconducting vortices are included in this system. Using this method we analyze screening currents in a(More)
Self-consistent tight binding molecular dynamics studies of TiO2 anatase and rutile nanoclusters in dissociable water are reported. It is found that the structure of the particle expands as a result of interaction between the particle’s surface and water. Water molecules dissociate at the nanoparticle surface during simulation. ! 2007 Elsevier B.V. All(More)
The photoinduced magnetism in Mn-tetracyanoethylene (TCNE) molecule-based magnets is ascribed to charge-transfer excitations from manganese to TCNE. Charge-transfer energies are calculated using density functional theory; photoinduced magnetization is described using a model Hamiltonian based on a double-exchange mechanism. Photoexciting electrons from the(More)
Heterogeneous magnetic superconducting systems (HMSS) represent a new class of nanostructures. They are made of ferromagnetic (FM) and superconducting (SC) pieces separated by thin layers of insulating oxides. In contrast to the case of a homogeneous ferromagnetic superconductor studied during the last two decades, the two order parameters, the(More)
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