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First-principles calculations can make quantitative predictions of many properties of solids including magnetic hyperfine fields (B hf ). The inclusion of relativistic effects becomes important in this case. We have selected to study three systems in order to assess the importance of orbital and dipolar contributions to the B hf and its anisotropies: bulk bcc Fe, hcp Co, and the Fe/Ag͑100͒ interface. For the last two, in-plane ͑parallel to the hexagonal planes and to the interface,doi:10.1103/physrevb.63.184413 fatcat:cqnjst7sgfeffjztvtiwcd6sea