Stacking tunable interlayer magnetism in bilayer CrI 3

@article{Jiang2018StackingTI,
  title={Stacking tunable interlayer magnetism in bilayer CrI 3},
  author={Peiheng Jiang and C. Wang and D. Chen and Z. Zhong and Zhe Yuan and Z. Lu and W. Ji},
  journal={Physical Review B},
  year={2018},
  volume={99},
  pages={144401}
}
Diverse interlayer tunability of physical properties of two-dimensional layers mostly lies in the covalent-like quasi-bonding that is significant in electronic structures but rather weak for energetics. Such characteristics result in various stacking orders that are energetically comparable but may significantly differ in terms of electronic structures, e.g. magnetism. Inspired by several recent experiments showing interlayer anti-ferromagnetically coupled CrI3 bilayers, we carried out first… Expand
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