COMMENT ON : THEORY OF UNCONVENTIONAL SPIN DENSITY WAVE : A POSSIBLE MECHANISM OF THE MICROMAGNETISM IN U-BASED HEAVY FERMION COMPOUNDS. AUTHORS' REPL Y

@article{Kiselev1999COMMENTO,
  title={COMMENT ON : THEORY OF UNCONVENTIONAL SPIN DENSITY WAVE : A POSSIBLE MECHANISM OF THE MICROMAGNETISM IN U-BASED HEAVY FERMION COMPOUNDS. AUTHORS' REPL Y},
  author={Mikhail N. Kiselev and Florian Bouis},
  journal={Physical Review Letters},
  year={1999},
  volume={82},
  pages={5172-5172}
}
In the recent letter [1] by H. Ikeda and Y. Ohashi, a new, very attractive idea is proposed for the explanation of the micromagnetism in U-based heavy fermion compounds. For this sake a nontrivial spin density wave (d-SDW) is introduced. Our goal is to claim, that in the model considered, the mean-field analysis is incomplete: the ferromagnetic state missed by [1] overcomes d-SDW in a large region of the phase diagram (Fig.1 in [1]). 
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