Magnetic structure and ferroelectric polarization of MnWO4 investigated by density functional calculations and classical spin analysis

@article{Tian2009MagneticSA,
  title={Magnetic structure and ferroelectric polarization of MnWO4 investigated by density functional calculations and classical spin analysis},
  author={Chuan Tian and C. Lee and H. Xiang and Y. Zhang and C. Payen and S. Jobic and M. Whangbo},
  journal={Physical Review B},
  year={2009},
  volume={80},
  pages={104426}
}
  • Chuan Tian, C. Lee, +4 authors M. Whangbo
  • Published 2009
  • Physics
  • Physical Review B
  • The ordered magnetic states of MnWO4 at low temperatures were examined by evaluating the spin exchange interactions between the Mn2+ ions of MnWO4 on the basis of first principles density functional calculations and by performing classical spin analysis with the resulting spin exchange parameters. Our work shows that the spin exchange interactions are frustrated within each zigzag chain of Mn2+ ions along the c direction and between such chains of Mn2+ ions along the a direction. This explains… CONTINUE READING
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