Magnetic and Transport Properties of the Kondo Lattice Model with Ferromagnetic Exchange Coupling

  title={Magnetic and Transport Properties of the Kondo Lattice Model with Ferromagnetic Exchange Coupling},
  author={N. Furukawa},
  journal={arXiv: Condensed Matter},
  • N. Furukawa
  • Published 3 May 1995
  • Materials Science, Physics
  • arXiv: Condensed Matter
The Kondo lattice model with Hund’s ferromagnetic spin coupling is investigated as a microscopic model of the perovskite-type 3d manganese oxide R 1−x A x MnO3 where R and A are rare earth element and alkaline earth element, respectively. We take the classical spin limit S = ∞ for the simplicity of the calculation, since the quantum exchange process seems to be irrelevant in the high temperature paramagnetic phase. Magnetic and transport properties of the system are calculated. In the hole… 


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