# Room-temperature large magnetocaloric, electronic and magnetic properties in La0.75Sr0.25MnO3 manganite: Ab initio calculations and Monte Carlo simulations

@article{Kadim2021RoomtemperatureLM, title={Room-temperature large magnetocaloric, electronic and magnetic properties in La0.75Sr0.25MnO3 manganite: Ab initio calculations and Monte Carlo simulations}, author={G. Kadim and Rachid Masrour and A. Jabar and E. K. Hlil}, journal={Physica A: Statistical Mechanics and its Applications}, year={2021} }

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First principal calculation and Monte Carlo simulations of the Magnetocaloric effect, Electronic and Magnetic properties in perovskite oxide Pr 0.65Sr 0.35MnO 3

- Materials Science, PhysicsIOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering
- 2021

We have used the first principal calculation and Monte Carlo simulations (MCS) to investigate the magnetocaloric effect, electronic and magnetic properties of Pr 0.65Sr 0.35MnO 3 (PSMO) perovskite.…

Investigations on Strong-Tuned Magnetocaloric Effect in La0.5Ca0.1Ag0.4MnO3

- Materials ScienceFrontiers in Materials
- 2022

The magnetocaloric effect (MCE) of La0.5Ca0.1Ag0.4MnO3 (LCAMO) is simulated using a phenomenological model (PM). The LCAMO MCE parameters are calculated as the results of simulations for…

Ground-state properties of p-type delafossite transparent conducting oxides 2H-CuMO2 (M=Al, Sc and Y): DFT calculations

- ChemistryMaterials Today Communications
- 2022

Ferromagnetic CeSi1.2Ga0.8 alloy: study on magnetocaloric and thermoelectric properties

- Materials ScienceJournal of Magnetism and Magnetic Materials
- 2021

High-throughput study of the structural, electronic, and optical properties of short-period (BeSe)m/(ZnSe)n superlattices based on DFT calculations

- ChemistryComputational Condensed Matter
- 2021

Observation of the magnetic criticality and the magnetocaloric effect in LaMn2Si2 in the vicinity of the phase transition around the room temperature

- Materials Science, PhysicsPhysics Letters A
- 2021

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