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Uniaxial pressure-induced half-metallic ferromagnetic phase transition inLaMnO3
Physical review B
We use first-principles theory to predict that the application of uniaxial compressive strain leads to a transition from an antiferromagnetic insulator to a ferromagnetic half-metal phase in LaMnO_3. We identify the Q2 Jahn-Teller mode as the primary mechanism that drives the transition, indicating that this mode can be used to tune the lattice, charge, and spin coupling. Applying ≃ 6 GPa of uniaxial pressure along the  direction activates the transition to a half-metallic pseudo-cubicdoi:10.1103/physrevb.93.094409 fatcat:7ghklkcxijcdnaot7wmy6svmye