The Zeeman term for spin magnetic moment is available as an interaction with a uniform magnetic field by the following keywords:
scf.NC.Zeeman.Spin on # on|off, default=off scf.NC.Mag.Field.Spin 100.0 # default=0.0(Tesla)When you include the Zeeman term for spin magnetic moment, switch on the keyword 'scf.NC.Zeeman.Spin'. The magnitude of the uniform magnetic field can be specified by the keyword 'scf.NC.Mag.Field.Spin' in units of Tesla. Moreover, we extend the scheme as a constraint scheme in which the direction of the magnetic field can be different from each atomic site atom by atom. Then, the direction of magnetic field for spin magnetic moment can be controlled, for example, by the keyword 'Atoms.SpeciesAndCoordinates':
<Atoms.SpeciesAndCoordinates 1 Sc 0.000 0.000 0.000 6.6 4.4 10.0 50.0 160.0 20.0 1 on 2 Sc 2.000 0.000 0.000 6.6 4.4 80.0 50.0 160.0 20.0 1 on Atoms.SpeciesAndCoordinates>The 8th and 9th columns give the Euler angles, and , in order to specify the magnetic field for spin magnetic moment. The 12th column is a switch to the constraint. '1' means that the constraint is applied, and '0' no constraint. Since for each atomic site a different direction of the magnetic field can be applied, this scheme provides a way of studying non-collinear spin configuration. It is noted that the keyword 'scf.NC.Zeeman.Spin' and the keyword 'scf.Constraint.NC.Spin' are mutually exclusive. Therefore, when 'scf.NC.Zeeman.Spin' is 'on', the keyword 'scf.Constraint.NC.Spin' must be switched off as follows:
scf.Constraint.NC.Spin off # on|off, default=offAlthough the Zeeman term and the constraint scheme for spin orientation can be regarded as ways for controlling the spin orientation, it is noted that the magnitude of spin magnetic moment by the Zeeman term tends to be enhanced unlike the constraint scheme.