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Ab initio prediction on ferrotoroidic and electronic properties of olivine Li4MnFeCoNiP4O16

Feng Hong-Jian,Liu Fa-Min,

中国物理 B , 2009,
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Nuclear Structure - "ab initio"  [PDF]
Hans Feldmeier,Thomas Neff,Robert Roth
Physics , 2003,
Abstract: An ab-initio description of atomic nuclei that solves the nuclear many-body problem for realistic nuclear forces is expected to possess a high degree of predictive power. In this contribution we treat the main obstacle, namely the short-ranged repulsive and tensor correlations induced by the realistic nucleon-nucleon interaction, by means of a unitary correlation operator. This correlator applied to uncorrelated many-body states imprints short-ranged correlations that cannot be described by product states. When applied to an observable it induces the correlations into the operator, creating for example a correlated Hamiltonian suited for Slater determinants. Adding to the correlated realistic interaction a correction for three-body effects, consisting of a momentum-dependent central and spin-orbit two-body potential we obtain an effective interaction that is successfully used for all nuclei up to mass 60. Various results are shown.
Ab-Initio Molecular Dynamics  [PDF]
Thomas D. Kühne
Physics , 2012, DOI: 10.1002/wcms.1176
Abstract: Computer simulation methods, such as Monte Carlo or Molecular Dynamics, are very powerful computational techniques that provide detailed and essentially exact information on classical many-body problems. With the advent of ab-initio molecular dynamics, where the forces are computed on-the-fly by accurate electronic structure calculations, the scope of either method has been greatly extended. This new approach, which unifies Newton's and Schr\"odinger's equations, allows for complex simulations without relying on any adjustable parameter. This review is intended to outline the basic principles as well as a survey of the field. Beginning with the derivation of Born-Oppenheimer molecular dynamics, the Car-Parrinello method and the recently devised efficient and accurate Car-Parrinello-like approach to Born-Oppenheimer molecular dynamics, which unifies best of both schemes are discussed. The predictive power of this novel second-generation Car-Parrinello approach is demonstrated by a series of applications ranging from liquid metals, to semiconductors and water. This development allows for ab-initio molecular dynamics simulations on much larger length and time scales than previously thought feasible.
Ab initio calculations of the hydrogen bond  [PDF]
B. Barbiellini,A. Shukla
Physics , 2002, DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevB.66.235101
Abstract: Recent x-ray Compton scattering experiments in ice have provided useful information about the quantum nature of the interaction between H$_2$O monomers. The hydrogen bond is characterized by a certain amount of charge transfer which could be determined in a Compton experiment. We use ab-initio simulations to investigate the hydrogen bond in H$_2$O structures by calculating the Compton profile and related quantities in three different systems, namely the water dimer, a cluster containing 12 water molecules and the ice crystal. We show how to extract estimates of the charge transfer from the Compton profiles.
Ab initio Random Structure Searching  [PDF]
Chris J. Pickard,R. J. Needs
Physics , 2011, DOI: 10.1088/0953-8984/23/5/053201
Abstract: It is essential to know the arrangement of the atoms in a material in order to compute and understand its properties. Searching for stable structures of materials using first-principles electronic structure methods, such as density functional theory (DFT), is a rapidly growing field. Here we describe our simple, elegant and powerful approach to searching for structures with DFT which we call ab initio random structure searching (AIRSS). Applications to discovering structures of solids, point defects, surfaces, and clusters are reviewed. New results for iron clusters on graphene, silicon clusters, polymeric nitrogen, hydrogen-rich lithium hydrides, and boron are presented.
Collective rotation from ab initio theory  [PDF]
M. A. Caprio,P. Maris,J. P. Vary,R. Smith
Physics , 2015, DOI: 10.1142/S0218301315410025
Abstract: Through ab initio approaches in nuclear theory, we may now seek to quantitatively understand the wealth of nuclear collective phenomena starting from the underlying internucleon interactions. No-core configuration interaction (NCCI) calculations for p-shell nuclei give rise to rotational bands, as evidenced by rotational patterns for excitation energies, electromagnetic moments, and electromagnetic transitions. In this review, NCCI calculations of 7-9Be are used to illustrate and explore ab initio rotational structure, and the resulting predictions for rotational band properties are compared with experiment. We highlight the robustness of ab initio rotational predictions across different choices for the internucleon interaction.
Ab Initio Derivation of Model Energy Density Functionals  [PDF]
J. Dobaczewski
Physics , 2015,
Abstract: I propose a simple and manageable method that allows for deriving coupling constants of model energy density functionals (EDFs) directly from ab initio calculations performed for finite fermion systems. A proof-of-principle application allows for linking properties of finite nuclei, determined by using the nuclear nonlocal Gogny functional, to the coupling constants of the quasilocal Skyrme functional. The method does not rely on properties of infinite fermion systems but on the ab initio calculations in finite systems. It also allows for quantifying merits of different model EDFs in describing the ab initio results.
Reconstructions of Ir (110) and (100): an ab initio study  [PDF]
Alessio Filippetti,Vincenzo Fiorentini
Physics , 1996, DOI: 10.1016/S0039-6028(96)01374-X
Abstract: Prediction criteria for surface reconstructions are discussed, with reference to ab initio calculations of the (110)-$1\times 2$ missing-row and (100)-$5\times 1$ quasi-hexagonal reconstructions of Ir and Rh.
The Ab Initio Melting Curve of Aluminium  [PDF]
Lidunka Vocadlo,Dario Alfe`
Physics , 2001,
Abstract: The melting curve of aluminium has been determined from 0 to ~150 GPa using first principles calculations of the free energies of both the solid and liquid. The calculations are based on density functional theory within the generalised gradient approximation using ultrasoft Vanderbilt pseudopotentials. The free energy of the harmonic solid has been calculated within the quasiharmonic approximation using the small-displacement method; the free energy of the liquid and the anharmonic correction to the free energy of the solid have been calculated via thermodynamic integration from suitable reference systems, with thermal averages calculated using ab-initio molecular dynamics. The resulting melting curve is in good agreement with both static compression measurements and shock data.
Ab Initio Path to Heavy Nuclei  [PDF]
Sven Binder,Joachim Langhammer,Angelo Calci,Robert Roth
Physics , 2013, DOI: 10.1016/j.physletb.2014.07.010
Abstract: We present the first ab initio calculations of nuclear ground states up into the domain of heavy nuclei, spanning the range from 16-O to 132-Sn based on two- plus three-nucleon interactions derived within chiral effective field theory. We employ the similarity renormalization group for preparing the Hamiltonian and use coupled-cluster theory to solve the many-body problem for nuclei with closed sub-shells. Through an analysis of theoretical uncertainties resulting from various truncations in this framework, we identify and eliminate the technical hurdles that previously inhibited the step beyond medium-mass nuclei, allowing for reliable validations of nuclear Hamiltonians in the heavy regime. Following this path we show that chiral Hamiltonians qualitatively reproduce the systematics of nuclear ground-state energies up to the neutron-rich Sn isotopes.
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