## Introduction to Solid State Physics |

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When the spin-orbit

on the system, the quenching may be partially lifted as the spin may carry some

orbital moment along with it. If the sign of the spin-orbit

...

When the spin-orbit

**interaction**energy is introduced as an additional perturbationon the system, the quenching may be partially lifted as the spin may carry some

orbital moment along with it. If the sign of the spin-orbit

**interaction**favors parallel...

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On certain assumptions it can be shown” that the energy of

bearing spins So, S.; contains a term (15.9) E. z = -2./S, S;, where J is the

exchange integral and is related to the overlap of the charge distributions i, j.

On certain assumptions it can be shown” that the energy of

**interaction**of atoms i,jbearing spins So, S.; contains a term (15.9) E. z = -2./S, S;, where J is the

exchange integral and is related to the overlap of the charge distributions i, j.

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The exchange

– B

individually ferromagnetic but with the magnetizations MA, MA oppositely ...

The exchange

**interactions**A – A, B - B, and A – B are all antiferromagnetic. The A– B

**interaction**is usually considerably the strongest, so the A and B lattices areindividually ferromagnetic but with the magnetizations MA, MA oppositely ...

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