Large Orbital Magnetic Moment and Strong Perpendicular Magnetic Anisotropy in Heavily Intercalated FexTiS2

  title={Large Orbital Magnetic Moment and Strong Perpendicular Magnetic Anisotropy in Heavily Intercalated FexTiS2},
  author={G. Shibata and C. Won and Jaewook Kim and Y. Nonaka and K. Ikeda and Yuxuan Wan and Masahiro Suzuki and A. Tanaka and S. Cheong and A. Fujimori},
Titanium disulfide TiS2, which is a member of layered transition-metal dichalcogenides with the 1T-CdI2-type crystal structure, is known to exhibit a wide variety of magnetism through intercalating various kinds of transition-metal atoms of different concentrations. Among them, Fe-intercalated titanium disulfide FexTiS2 is known to be ferromagnetic with strong perpendicular magnetic anisotropy (PMA) and large coercive fields (Hc). In order to study the microscopic origin of the magnetism of… Expand

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