Physics – Condensed Matter – Strongly Correlated Electrons
7 pages in RevTex, 3 figures in EPS format Submitted to J.of Physics: Condens. Matter. Also as Report of Center for Solid Stat
We have studied properties of the one-3d-electron cation (Ti 3+, V 4+ ions) under the action of the low-symmetry crystal field in the presence of the spin- orbit coupling. Very anomalous temperature dependences of the magnetic susceptibility chi (T) have been obtained as resulting from the off-cubic lattice distortion provided the intra-atomic spin-orbit coupling is taken into account. It indicates that, despite of the weakness of the spin-orbit coupling, the one 3d electron in a solid cannot be treated as a free S=1/2 spin. The same holds for compounds containing the Ti 3+ and V4+ ions.
Radwanski R. J.
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