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The electronic structure and magnetism of CaFeAs<sub>2</sub>: First principles calculations

Author:
Guangtao Wang  Xianbiao Shi  Lin Zhang  Xia Yi  


Journal:
Solid State Communications


Issue Date:
2014


Abstract(summary):

Abstract The electronic structure, magnetism and Fermi surface (FS) nesting of the recently discovered superconductive parent material CaFeAs 2 are studied by the first-principles, based on the GGA and GGA+U methods. In the nonmagnetic state, the density of states at the Fermi level are mostly derived from the dxy , dyz and dzx orbits, just like LaOFeAs. The Fermi surfaces consist of four hole like FS sheets around the Γ -point, two electron like sheets near the Brillouin zone corner M-point, and small pockets near X-point. The hole like Fermi surfaces will strongly overlap with the electron like FS sheets, if they are shifted by the q-vector q=( π , π , 0). Such FS nesting will induce the magnetic instability and spin density wave (SDW), which has been confirmed to be more stable than other states by the calculated total energy. The calculated bare susceptibility χ 0 (q) peaked at M-point, and was obviously suppressed with the electron doping. This explains the emergence of the superconductivity in the electron-doped compound Ca 1 − x Lax FeAs 2 , because the electron doping suppressed the SDW and induced the superconductivity. Highlights • We studied the electronic structure and magnetism of CaFeAs 2 . • Studied the Fermi surface nesting at different electron and hole-doping. • We calculated the bare susceptibility and found it is different with LaOFeAs.


Page:
61-61


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