Publications of Eduardo Mendive-Tapia

Journal Article (6)

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Mendive-Tapia, E.; Neugebauer, J.; Hickel, T.: Ab initio calculation of the magnetic Gibbs free energy of materials using magnetically constrained supercells. Physical Review B 105 (16), 064425 (2022)
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Andrianov, A, A. V.; Mendive-Tapia, E.; Beskrovnyi I, A.; Staunton, J. B.: Collapse of a region of the magnetic phase diagram of elemental terbium under a strain-induced Lifshitz transition. Physical Review B 104 (17), 174435 (2021)
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Boldrin, D.; Mendive-Tapia, E.; Zemen, J.; Staunton, J. B.; Gomes, A. M.; Ghivelder, L.; Halpin, J.; Gibbs, A. S.; Aznar, A.; Tamarit, J.-L. et al.; Lloveras, P.; Moya, X.; Cohen, L. F.: Barocaloric properties of quaternary Mn3(Zn,In)N for room-temperature refrigeration applications. Physical Review B 104 (13), 134101 (2021)
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Mendive-Tapia, E.; dos Santos Dias, M.; Grytsiuk, S.; Staunton, J. B.; Blügel, S.; Lounis, S.: Short period magnetization texture of B20–MnGe explained by thermally fluctuating local moments. Physical Review B 103 (2), 024410 (2021)
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Mendive-Tapia, E.; Paudyal, D.; Petit, L.; Staunton, J. B.: First-order ferromagnetic transitions of lanthanide local moments in divalent compounds: An itinerant electron positive feedback mechanism and Fermi surface topological change. Physical Review B 101 (17), 174437 (2020)
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Mendive-Tapia, E.; Staunton, J. B.: Caloric effects around phase transitions in magnetic materials described by ab initio theory: The electronic glue and fluctuating local moments. Journal of Applied Physics 127 (11), 113903 (2020)

Talk (2)

Mendive-Tapia, E.: Ab initio origin of the short period magnetism of MnGe from thermally fluctuating local moments. Quantum Theory of Materials Seminar, virtual, Jülich, Germany (2020)
Mendive-Tapia, E.: Ab-initio Free energy of antiferromagnetic phases: a hierarchy of local moment correlation functionsAb-initio Free energy of antiferromagnetic phases: a hierarchy of local moment correlation functions. Current Research in Magnestism (CRIM) 2019: Recent advances in Antiferromagnetism, London, UK (2019)
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