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1 Coupling of Variables The charges and spins couple in symmetry-allowed ways to strain tensor components. When coupled to linear (or quadratic) powers of strains, they act as local stresses (or local elastic constants). Conversely, when strains are coupled to quadratic powers of the magnetization (whether staggered or direct), then they act as local magnetic transition temperatures (whether Curie or N´eel). Compatibility-induced power-law correlations then spread the inﬂuences of charge and spin states over large distances, and nonlinearities can mix scales.
Associated with the dip anomaly, structural precursors such as broad satellite peaks are observed. The signature of the coupling to magnetism is primarily observed as an enhancement of the softening of the anomalous phonon (dip) Fig. 6. Phase diagram of Ni–Mn–Ga as a function of the electron concentration per atom (e/a). P stands for paramagnetic, F, ferromagnetic and M, for martensitic. The dotted line denotes the intermediate transition (TI ), TM is the martensitic transition and TC is the Curie line 34 T.
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