Antiphase magnetic boundaries in iron-based superconductors: A first-principles density-functional theory study

Abstract

Superconductivity arises in the layered iron-pnictide compounds when magnetic long-range order disappears. We use first-principles density-functional methods to study magnetic arrangements that may compete with long-range order near the phase boundary. Specifically, we study the energetics and charge-density distribution through calculation of the electric… (More)

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@inproceedings{Yin2009AntiphaseMB, title={Antiphase magnetic boundaries in iron-based superconductors: A first-principles density-functional theory study}, author={Z. P. Yin and W. E. Pickett}, year={2009} }