g-Shift and Anomalous Hall Effect in Gadolinium Metals

  title={g-Shift and Anomalous Hall Effect in Gadolinium Metals},
  author={Jun Kondo},
  journal={Progress of Theoretical Physics},
  • J. Kondo
  • Published 1 November 1962
  • Physics
  • Progress of Theoretical Physics
It is shown that the coupling between spins of conduction and localized electrons due to a covalent mixing between them can be expressed by a usual exchange type interaction with negative (antiferromagnetic) sign. It is proposed that the mixing effect is large in gadolinium metal under the assumption that the energy level corresponding to a trivalent gadolinium ion is very near and below the Fermi surface. Then it is shown that the mixing effect gives rise to a large negative g·shift for the… 
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