J Richter

Otto-von-Guericke-Universität Magdeburg, Magdeburg, Saxony-Anhalt, Germany

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    O Janson · S Furukawa · T Momoi · P Sindzingre · J Richter · K Held
    [Show abstract] [Hide abstract] ABSTRACT: Motivated by recent experiments on volborthite single crystals showing a wide 1/3-magnetization plateau, we perform microscopic modeling by means of density functional theory (DFT) with the single-crystal structural data as a starting point. Using DFT+U, we find four leading magnetic exchanges: antiferromagnetic J and J2, as well as ferromagnetic J' and J1. Simulations of the derived spin Hamiltonian show good agreement with the experiment. The 1/3-plateau phase pertains to polarized magnetic trimers formed by strong J bonds. An effective J$\rightarrow\infty$ model shows a tendency towards condensation of magnon bound states preceding the plateau phase.
    Full-text · Article · Sep 2015
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    O. Götze · J. Richter · R. Zinke · D. J. J. Farnell
    [Show abstract] [Hide abstract] ABSTRACT: We apply the coupled cluster method to high orders of approximation and exact diagonalizations to study the ground-state properties of the triangular-lattice spin-$s$ Heisenberg antiferromagnet. We calculate the fundamental ground-state quantities, namely, the energy $e_0$, the sublattice magnetization $M_{\rm sub}$, the in-plane spin stiffness $\rho_s$ and the in-plane magnetic susceptibility $\chi$ for spin quantum numbers $s=1/2, 1, \ldots, s_{\rm max}$, where $s_{\rm max}=9/2$ for $e_0$ and $M_{\rm sub}$, $s_{\rm max}=4$ for $\rho_s$ and $s_{\rm max}=3$ for $\chi$. We use the data for $s \ge 3/2$ to estimate the leading quantum corrections to the classical values of $e_0$, $M_{\rm sub}$, $\rho_s$, and $\chi$. In addition, we study the magnetization process, the width of the 1/3 plateau as well as the sublattice magnetizations in the plateau state as a function of the spin quantum number $s$.
    Full-text · Article · Aug 2015 · Journal of Magnetism and Magnetic Materials
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    [Show abstract] [Hide abstract] ABSTRACT: We use the coupled cluster method implemented to high orders of approximation to investigate the frustrated spin-$\frac{1}{2}$ $J_{1}$--$J_{2}$--$J_{3}$ antiferromagnet on the honeycomb lattice with isotropic Heisenberg interactions of strength $J_{1} > 0$ between nearest-neighbor pairs, $J_{2}>0$ between next-nearest-neighbor pairs, and $J_{3}>0$ between next-next-neareast-neighbor pairs of spins. In particular, we study both the ground-state (GS) and lowest-lying triplet excited-state properties in the case $J_{3}=J_{2} \equiv \kappa J_{1}$, in the window $0 \leq \kappa \leq 1$ of the frustration parameter, which includes the (tricritical) point of maximum classical frustration at $\kappa_{{\rm cl}} = \frac{1}{2}$. We present GS results for the spin stiffness, $\rho_{s}$, and the zero-field uniform magnetic susceptibility, $\chi$, which complement our earlier results for the GS energy per spin, $E/N$, and staggered magnetization, $M$, to yield a complete set of accurate low-energy parameters for the model. Our results all point towards a phase diagram containing two quasiclassical antiferromagnetic phases, one with N\'{e}el order for $\kappa < \kappa_{c_{1}}$, and the other with collinear striped order for $\kappa > \kappa_{c_{2}}$. The results for both $\chi$ and the spin gap $\Delta$ provide compelling evidence for a quantum paramagnetic phase that is gapped over a considerable portion of the intermediate region $\kappa_{c_{1}} < \kappa < \kappa_{c_{2}}$, especially close to the two quantum critical points at $\kappa_{c_{1}}$ and $\kappa_{c_{2}}$. Each of our fully independent sets of results for the low-energy parameters is consistent with the values $\kappa_{c_{1}} = 0.45 \pm 0.02$ and $\kappa_{c_{2}} = 0.60 \pm 0.02$, and with the transition at $\kappa_{c_{1}}$ being of continuous (and probably of the deconfined) type and that at $\kappa_{c_{2}}$ being of first-order type.
    Full-text · Article · Apr 2015 · Physical Review B
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    O. Götze · J. Richter
    [Show abstract] [Hide abstract] ABSTRACT: We use the coupled cluster method to high orders of approximation in order to calculate the ground-state phase diagram of the XXZ spin-$s$ kagome antiferromagnet with easy-plane anisotropy, i.e. the anisotropy parameter $\Delta$ varies between $\Delta=1$ (isotropic Heisenberg model) and $\Delta=0$ ($XY$ model). We find that for the extreme quantum case $s=1/2$ the ground state is magnetically disordered in the entire region $0 \le \Delta \le 1$. For $s=1$ the ground state is disordered for $0.818 < \Delta \le 1$, it exhibits $\sqrt{3}\times\sqrt{3}$ magnetic long-range order for $0.281 < \Delta <0.818$, and $q=0$ magnetic long-range order for $0 \le \Delta < 0.281$. We confirm the recent result of Chernyshev and Zhitomirsky (Phys. Rev. Lett. 113, 237202 (2014)) that the selection of the ground state by quantum fluctuations is different for small $\Delta$ ($XY$ limit) and for $\Delta$ close to one (Heisenberg limit), i.e., $q=0$ magnetic order is favored over $\sqrt{3}\times\sqrt{3}$ for $0\le \Delta <\Delta_c$ and vice versa for $\Delta_c < \Delta \le 1$. We calculate $\Delta_c$ as a function of the spin quantum number $s$.
    Preview · Article · Jan 2015 · Physical Review B
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    [Show abstract] [Hide abstract] ABSTRACT: We investigate ground states of $s$=1/2 Heisenberg antiferromagnets on the eleven two-dimensional (2D) Archimedian lattices by using the coupled cluster method. Magnetic interactions and quantum fluctuations play against each other subtly in 2D quantum magnets and the magnetic ordering is thus sensitive to the features of lattice topology. Archimedean lattices are those lattices that have 2D arrangements of regular polygons and they often build the underlying magnetic lattices of insulating quasi-two-dimensional quantum magnetic materials. Hence they allow a systematic study of the relationship between lattice topology and magnetic ordering. We find that the Archimedian lattices fall into three groups: those with semiclassical magnetic ground-state long-range order, those with a magnetically disordered (cooperative quantum paramagnetic) ground state, and those with a fragile magnetic order. The most relevant parameters affecting the magnetic ordering are the coordination number and the degree of frustration present.
    Full-text · Article · May 2014 · Physical Review B
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    [Show abstract] [Hide abstract] ABSTRACT: We investigate the spin-1/2 Heisenberg model on the delta chain (sawtooth chain) with ferromagnetic nearest-neighbor and antiferromagnetic next-neighbor interactions. For a special ratio between these interactions there is a class of exact ground states formed by localized magnons and the ground state is macroscopically degenerate with a large residual entropy per spin $s_0=\frac{1}{2}\ln 2$. An important feature of this model is a sharp decrease of the gaps for excited states with an increase of the number of magnons. These excitations give an essential contribution to the low-temperature thermodynamics. The behavior of the considered model is compared with that of the delta chain with both antiferromagnetic interactions.
    Full-text · Article · Feb 2014 · Physical Review B
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    [Show abstract] [Hide abstract] ABSTRACT: The spin-1/2 alternating Heisenberg chain system Na$_3$Cu$_2$SbO$_6$ features two relevant exchange couplings: $J_{1a}$ within the structural Cu$_2$O$_6$ dimers and $J_{1b}$ between the dimers. Motivated by the controversially discussed nature of $J_{1a}$, we perform extensive density-functional-theory (DFT) calculations, including DFT+$U$ and hybrid functionals. Fits to the experimental magnetic susceptibility using high-temperature series expansions and quantum Monte Carlo simulations yield the optimal parameters $J_{1a}\!=\!-217$ K and $J_{1b}\!=\!174$ K with the alternation ratio $\alpha=J_{1a}/J_{1b}\simeq-1.25$. For the closely related system Na$_2$Cu$_2$TeO$_6$, DFT yields substantially enhanced $J_{1b}$, but weaker $J_{1a}$. The comparative analysis renders the buckling of the chains as the key parameter altering the magnetic coupling regime. By simulating the dispersion relations of the alternating chain model and comparing them to the inelastic neutron scattering data $[$Y. Miura et al., J. Phys. Soc. Jpn. 77, 104709 (2008)$]$, we obtain an unequivocal evidence for a ferromagnetic $J_{1a}$ in Na$_3$Cu$_2$SbO$_6$.
    Preview · Article · Feb 2014 · Physical Review B
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    [Show abstract] [Hide abstract] ABSTRACT: Motivated by recent experiments on low-dimensional frustrated quantum magnets with competing nearest-neighbor exchange coupling J1 and next nearest-neighbor exchange coupling J2 we investigate the magnetic susceptibility of two-dimensional J1-J2 Heisenberg models with arbitrary spin quantum number s. We use exact diagonalization and high-temperature expansion up to order 10 to analyze the influence of the frustration strength J2/J1 and the spin quantum number s on the position and the height of the maximum of the susceptibility. The derived theoretical data can be used to get information on the ratio J2/J1 by comparing with susceptibility measurements on corresponding magnetic compounds.
    Preview · Article · Jan 2014 · Journal of Physics Conference Series
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    R. O. Kuzian · V. V. Laguta · J. Richter
    [Show abstract] [Hide abstract] ABSTRACT: We consider a lattice of antiferromagnetically interacting equal spins that have a ferrimagnetic ground state. We show that a special arrangement of S=5/2 Fe$^{3+}$ ions in double perovskites AFe$_{1/2}$M$_{1/2}$O$_{3}$ exhibits the ferrimagnetic ordering below T_{fe} ~ 5.6J_1 (J_1/k_B ~ 50 K), which is close to room temperature. Small clusters of the same structure exhibit a superparamagnetic behavior at T < T_{fe}. The possibility of formation of such clusters explains the room-temperature (superpara)magnetism in 3d-metal based oxides.
    Full-text · Article · Oct 2013 · Physical Review B
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    [Show abstract] [Hide abstract] ABSTRACT: We present a comprehensive macroscopic thermodynamic study of the quasi-one-dimensional (1D) $s = \tfrac{1}{2}$ frustrated spin-chain system linarite. Susceptibility, magnetization, specific heat, magnetocaloric effect, magnetostriction, and thermal-expansion measurements were performed to characterize the magnetic phase diagram. In particular, for magnetic fields along the b axis five different magnetic regions have been detected, some of them exhibiting short-range-order effects. The experimental magnetic entropy and magnetization are compared to a theoretical modelling of these quantities using DMRG and TMRG approaches. Within the framework of a purely 1D isotropic model Hamiltonian, only a qualitative agreement between theory and the experimental data can be achieved. Instead, it is demonstrated that a significant symmetric anisotropic exchange of about 10% is necessary to account for the basic experimental observations, including the 3D saturation field, and which in turn might stabilize a triatic (three-magnon) multipolar phase.
    Full-text · Article · May 2013 · Physical Review B
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    [Show abstract] [Hide abstract] ABSTRACT: We quantify the instability towards the formation of multipolar states in coupled spin-1/2 chain systems with a frustrating J1-J2 exchange, in parameter regimes that are of directly relevance to edge-shared cuprate spin-chain compounds. Three representative types of inter-chain coupling and the presence of uniaxial exchange anisotropy are considered. The magnetic phase diagrams are determined by Density Matrix Renormalization Group calculations and completed by exact analytic results for the nematic and dipolar phases. We establish that the residual couplings strongly affect the pitch of spiral states and their instability to multipolar phases. Our theoretical results bring to the fore novel candidate materials close to quantum nematic/triatic ordering.
    Full-text · Article · Mar 2013
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    [Show abstract] [Hide abstract] ABSTRACT: Coupled s = 1/2 frustrated Heisenberg chains with ferromagnetic nearest-neighbor and antiferromagnetic next-nearest-neighbor exchange interactions in high magnetic field are studied by density-matrix renormalization group (DMRG) and hard-core boson (HCB) approaches at T = 0. First, we propose an appropriate one-dimensional array for the construction of a 3D system to be studied with the DMRG method and demonstrate the performance by comparing the ground-state energy to the exact solution. Next, the binding energy of multimagnon bound state is calculated as a function of interchain coupling. We find that the multimagnon bound state is easily destroyed by weak interchain coupling. In the 2-magnon phase the DMRG results are supported by the HCB approach.
    Preview · Article · Dec 2012 · Journal of Physics Conference Series
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    M. Härtel · J. Richter · O. Götze · D. Ihle · S. -L. Drechsler
    [Show abstract] [Hide abstract] ABSTRACT: We calculate the temperature dependence of the correlation length xi and the uniform susceptibility chi_0 of the frustrated J1-J2 square-lattice Heisenberg ferromagnet in the collinear stripe phase using Green-function technique. The height chi_{max} and the position T(chi_{max}) of the maximum in the chi_0(T) curve exhibit a characteristic dependence on the frustration parameter J2/|J1|, which is well described by power laws, chi_{max}=a(J2-J2^c)^{-nu} and T(chi_{max})=b(J_2-J_2^c), where J2^c = 0.4 and nu is of the order of unity.The correlation length diverges at low temperatures as xi \propto e^{A/T}, where A increases with growing J2/|J1|. We also compare our results with recent measurements on layered vanadium phosphates and find reasonable agreement.
    Preview · Article · Oct 2012 · Physical review. B, Condensed matter
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    [Show abstract] [Hide abstract] ABSTRACT: We investigate the location and nature of the para-ferro transition of interacting electrons in dispersionless bands using the example of the Hubbard model on the Tasaki lattice. This case can be analyzed as a geometric site-percolation problem where different configurations appear with nontrivial weights. We provide a complete exact solution for the 1D case and develop a numerical algorithm for the 2D case. In two dimensions the paramagnetic phase persists beyond the uncorrelated percolation point, and the grand-canonical transition is via a first-order jump to an unsaturated ferromagnetic phase.
    Full-text · Article · Aug 2012 · Physical Review Letters
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    [Show abstract] [Hide abstract] ABSTRACT: We use the coupled cluster method to study the zero-temperature properties of an extended two-dimensional Heisenberg antiferromagnet formed from spin-1/2 moments on an infinite spatially anisotropic kagome lattice of corner-sharing isosceles triangles, with nearest-neighbor bonds only. The bonds have exchange constants $J_{1}>0$ along two of the three lattice directions and $J_{2} \equiv \kappa J_{1} > 0$ along the third. In the classical limit the ground-state (GS) phase for $\kappa < 1/2$ has collinear ferrimagnetic (N\'{e}el$'$) order where the $J_2$-coupled chain spins are ferromagnetically ordered in one direction with the remaining spins aligned in the opposite direction, while for $\kappa > 1/2$ there exists an infinite GS family of canted ferrimagnetic spin states, which are energetically degenerate. For the spin-1/2 case we find that quantum analogs of both these classical states continue to exist as stable GS phases in some regions of the anisotropy parameter $\kappa$, namely for $0<\kappa<\kappa_{c_1}$ for the N\'{e}el$'$ state and for (at least part of) the region $\kappa>\kappa_{c_2}$ for the canted phase. However, they are now separated by a paramagnetic phase without either sort of magnetic order in the region $\kappa_{c_1} < \kappa < \kappa_{c_2}$, which includes the isotropic kagome point $\kappa = 1$ where the stable GS phase is now believed to be a topological ($\mathbb{Z}_2$) spin liquid. Our best numerical estimates are $\kappa_{c_1} = 0.515 \pm 0.015$ and $\kappa_{c_2} = 1.82 \pm 0.03$.
    Full-text · Article · Aug 2012 · Physical Review B
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    [Show abstract] [Hide abstract] ABSTRACT: Using the coupled cluster method for high orders of approximation and Lanczos exact diagonalization we study the ground-state phase diagram of a quantum spin-1/2 J1-J2 model on the square lattice with plaquette structure. We consider antiferromagnetic (J1>0) as well as ferromagnetic (J1<0) nearest-neighbor interactions together with frustrating antiferromagnetic next-nearest-neighbor interaction J2>0. The strength of inter-plaquette interaction lambda varies between lambda=1 (that corresponds to the uniform J1-J2 model) and lambda=0 (that corresponds to isolated frustrated 4-spin plaquettes). While on the classical level (s \to \infty) both versions of models (i.e., with ferro- and antiferromagnetic J1) exhibit the same ground-state behavior, the ground-state phase diagram differs basically for the quantum case s=1/2. For the antiferromagnetic case (J1 > 0) Neel antiferromagnetic long-range order at small J2/J1 and lambda \gtrsim 0.47 as well as collinear striped antiferromagnetic long-range order at large J2/J1 and lambda \gtrsim 0.30 appear which correspond to their classical counterparts. Both semi-classical magnetic phases are separated by a nonmagnetic quantum paramagnetic phase. The parameter region, where this nonmagnetic phase exists, increases with decreasing of lambda. For the ferromagnetic case (J1 < 0) we have the trivial ferromagnetic ground state at small J2/|J1|. By increasing of J2 this classical phase gives way for a semi-classical plaquette phase, where the plaquette block spins of length s=2 are antiferromagnetically long-range ordered. Further increasing of J2 then yields collinear striped antiferromagnetic long-range order for lambda \gtrsim 0.38, but a nonmagnetic quantum paramagnetic phase lambda \lesssim 0.38.
    Preview · Article · May 2012 · Physical review. B, Condensed matter
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    [Show abstract] [Hide abstract] ABSTRACT: We study the ground-state (gs) phases of the spin-half anisotropic planar pyrochlore (or crossed chain) model using the coupled cluster method (CCM). The model is a frustrated antiferromagnetic (AFM) $J_{1}$--$J_{2}$ system on the checkerboard lattice, with nearest-neighbor exchange bonds $J_{1}>0$ and next-nearest-neighbor bonds $J_{2} \equiv \kappa J_{1} > 0$. Using various AFM classical ground states as CCM model states we present results for their gs energy, average on-site magnetization, and susceptibilities to plaquette valence-bond crystal (PVBC) and crossed-dimer valence-bond crystal (CDVBC) ordering. We show that the state with Neel ordering is the gs phase for $\kappa < \kappa_{c_1} \approx 0.80 \pm 0.01$, but that none of the fourfold set of AFM states selected by quantum fluctuations at $O(1/s)$ in a large-$s$ analysis (where $s$ is the spin quantum number) from the infinitely degenerate set of AFM states that form the gs phase for the classical version of the model (for $\kappa>1$) survives the quantum fluctuations to form a stable magnetically-ordered gs phase for the spin-half case. The Neel state becomes susceptible to PVBC ordering at or very near to $\kappa = \kappa_{c_1}$, and the fourfold AFM states become infinitely susceptible to PVBC ordering at $\kappa = \kappa_{c_2} \approx 1.22 \pm 0.02$. In turn, we find that these states become infinitely susceptible to CDVBC ordering for all values of $\kappa$ above a certain critical value at or very near to $\kappa = \kappa_{c_2}$. We thus find a Neel-ordered gs phase for $\kappa<\kappa_{c_1}$, a PVBC-ordered phase for $\kappa_{c_1} < \kappa < \kappa_{c_2}$, and a CDVBC-ordered phase for $\kappa > \kappa_{c_2}$. Both transitions are probably direct ones, although we cannot exclude very narrow coexistence regions confined to $0.79 \lesssim \kappa \lesssim 0.81$ and $1.20 \lesssim \kappa \lesssim 1.22$ respectively.
    Full-text · Article · Feb 2012 · Physical Review B
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    [Show abstract] [Hide abstract] ABSTRACT: We report the microscopic magnetic model for the spin-1/2 Heisenberg system CdCu2(BO3)2, one of the few quantum magnets showing the 1/2-magnetization plateau. Recent neutron diffraction experiments on this compound [ M. Hase et al. Phys. Rev. B 80 104405 (2009)] evidenced long-range magnetic order, inconsistent with the previously suggested phenomenological magnetic model of isolated dimers and spin chains. Based on extensive density functional theory band structure calculations, exact diagonalizations, quantum Monte Carlo simulations, third-order perturbation theory as well as high-field magnetization measurements, we find that the magnetic properties of CdCu2(BO3)2 are accounted for by a frustrated quasi-2D magnetic model featuring four inequivalent exchange couplings: the leading antiferromagnetic coupling Jd within the structural Cu2O6 dimers, two interdimer couplings Jt1 and Jt2, forming magnetic tetramers, and a ferromagnetic coupling Jit between the tetramers. Based on comparison to the experimental data, we evaluate the ratios of the leading couplings Jd : Jt1 : Jt2 : Jit = 1 : 0.20 : 0.45 : −0.30, with Jd of about 178 K. The inequivalence of Jt1 and Jt2 largely lifts the frustration and triggers long-range antiferromagnetic ordering. The proposed model accounts correctly for the different magnetic moments localized on structurally inequivalent Cu atoms in the ground-state magnetic configuration. We extensively analyze the magnetic properties of this model, including a detailed description of the magnetically ordered ground state and its evolution in magnetic field with particular emphasis on the 1/2-magnetization plateau. Our results establish remarkable analogies to the Shastry-Sutherland model of SrCu2(BO3)2, and characterize the closely related CdCu2(BO3)2 as a material realization for the spin-1/2 decorated anisotropic Shastry-Sutherland lattice.
    Full-text · Article · Feb 2012 · Physical review. B, Condensed matter
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    [Show abstract] [Hide abstract] ABSTRACT: Starting with the sqrt{3} x sqrt{3} and the q=0 states as reference states we use the coupled cluster method to high orders of approximation to investigate the ground state of the Heisenberg antiferromagnet on the kagome lattice for spin quantum numbers s=1/2,1,3/2,2,5/2, and 3. Our data for the ground-state energy for s=1/2 are in good agreement with recent large-scale density-matrix renormalization group and exact diagonalization data. We find that the ground-state selection depends on the spin quantum number s. While for the extreme quantum case, s=1/2, the q=0 state is energetically favored by quantum fluctuations, for any s>1/2 the sqrt{3} x sqrt{3} state is selected. For both the sqrt{3} x sqrt{3} and the q=0 states the magnetic order is strongly suppressed by quantum fluctuations. Within our coupled cluster method we get vanishing values for the order parameter (sublattice magnetization) M for s=1/2 and s=1, but (small) nonzero values for M for s>1. Using the data for the ground-state energy and the order parameter for s=3/2,2,5/2, and 3 we also estimate the leading quantum corrections to the classical values.
    Full-text · Article · Oct 2011 · Physical Review B
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    [Show abstract] [Hide abstract] ABSTRACT: We study the ground-state (gs) properties of the frustrated spin-1/2 $J_{1}$--$J_{2}$--$J_{3}$ Heisenberg model on a honeycomb lattice with ferromagnetic (FM) nearest-neighbor ($J_{1}=-1$) exchange and frustrating antiferromagnetic (AFM) next-nearest-neighbor ($J_{2}>0$) and next-next-nearest-neighbor ($J_{3}>0$) exchanges, for the case $J_{3}=J_{2}$. We use the coupled cluster method in high orders of approximation, complemented by the exact diagonalization of a lattice with 32 sites, and calculate the gs energy, magnetic order parameter, and spin-spin correlation functions. We find a quantum phase transition between regions characterized by FM order and a form of AFM ("striped") collinear order at $J^{c}_{2} \approx 0.1095 \pm 0.0005$. We compare results for the FM case (with $J_{1}=-1$) to previous results for the corresponding AFM case (with $J_{1}=+1$). While the magnetic order parameters behave similarly for the FM and the AFM models for large values of the frustration parameter $J_{2}$, there are considerable differences between them for $J_{2}/|J_{1}| \lesssim 0.6$. For example, the quasiclassical collinear magnetic long-range order for the AFM model (with $J_{1}=+1$) breaks down at $J^{c_{2}}_{2} \approx 0.60$, whereas the "equivalent" point for the FM model (with $J_{1}=-1$) occurs at $J^{c}_{2} \approx 0.11$. Unlike in the AFM model (with $J_{1}=+1$), where a plaquette valence-bond crystal phase intrudes between the two corresponding quasiclassical AFM phases (with N\'eel and striped order) for $J^{c_{1}}_{2} < J_{2} < J^{c_{2}}_{2}$, with $J^{c_{1}}_{2} \approx 0.47$, we find no clear indications in the FM model for an intermediate magnetically disordered phase between the phases exhibiting FM and striped order. Instead, the evidence points strongly to a direct first-order transition between the two ordered phases of the FM model.
    Full-text · Article · Sep 2011 · Physical Review B

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  • 1991-2015
    • Otto-von-Guericke-Universität Magdeburg
      • Institute of Theoretical Physics (ITP)
      Magdeburg, Saxony-Anhalt, Germany
  • 2010
    • Technische Universität Dortmund
      • Chair of Theoretical Physics I
      Dortmund, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany
  • 1999-2007
    • Technische Universität Dresden
      • Institut für theoretische Physik
      Dresden, Saxony, Germany
  • 2004
    • Universität Augsburg
      Augsberg, Bavaria, Germany
  • 2001
    • Universität Osnabrück
      Osnabrück, Lower Saxony, Germany