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Pushing the limits of magnetic anisotropy in the Sm-Co system.

  title={Pushing the limits of magnetic anisotropy in the Sm-Co system.},
  author={Soyoung Jekal and J. F. Loeffler and Michalis Charilaou},
  journal={arXiv: Materials Science},
Materials based on the Sm-Co system exhibit remarkable magnetic performance due to their high Curie temperature, large saturation magnetization, and strong magnetic anisotropy, which are the result of the electronic structure in Co and Sm and their arrangement in the hexagonal lattice. In this paper we show, using first-principles calculations, mean-field theory, and atomistic Monte Carlo simulations that slight modifications of the SmCo5 crystal structure, induced by strain or partial… 

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