# Magnetic properties of Fe 1 − x Ni x alloy from CPA+DMFT perspectives

@article{Poteryaev2016MagneticPO,
title={Magnetic properties of Fe 1 − x Ni x alloy from CPA+DMFT perspectives},
author={Alexander I. Poteryaev and Nikolay A. Skorikov and Vladimir I. Anisimov and Michael A. Korotin},
journal={Physical Review B},
year={2016},
volume={93},
pages={205135}
}
We use a combination of the coherent potential approximation and dynamical mean field theory to study magnetic properties of the ${\mathrm{Fe}}_{1\ensuremath{-}x}{\mathrm{Ni}}_{x}$ alloy from first principles. Calculated uniform magnetic susceptibilities have a Curie-Weiss-like behavior, and extracted effective temperatures are in agreement with the experimental results. The individual squared magnetic moments obtained as a function of nickel concentration follow the same trends as experimental… Expand
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