Spin state of negative charge-transfer material SrCoO(3).

@article{Kune2012SpinSO,
  title={Spin state of negative charge-transfer material SrCoO(3).},
  author={Jan Kune{\vs} and Vlastimil Kř{\'a}pek and Nicolaus Parragh and Giorgio Sangiovanni and Alessandro Toschi and Anton Kozhevnikov},
  journal={Physical review letters},
  year={2012},
  volume={109 11},
  pages={
          117206
        }
}
We employ the combination of the density functional theory and the dynamical mean-field theory to investigate the electronic structure and magnetic properties of SrCoO(3), monocrystals of which were prepared recently. Our calculations lead to a ferromagnetic metal in agreement with experiment. We find that, contrary to some suggestions, the local moment in SrCoO(3) does not arise from intermediate spin state, but is a result of coherent superposition of many different atomic states. We discuss… 

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