3 years ago

Effect of the magnetic dipole interaction on a spin-1 system

Qing Zhao, Wei Jia, Fangqi Hu
We consider a hybrid system composed of a spin-1 triplet coupled to a nuclear spin. We study the effect of the axisymmetric and the quadrupole term of the magnetic dipole interaction between the two electrons forming the triplet on the energy spectrum in a static magnetic field. The energy spectrum obtained by directly diagonalizing the Hamiltonian of the system shows that these two terms not only remove the special crossings that appear in the absence of the magnetic dipole interaction, but also produce new (avoided) crossings by lifting the relevant levels. Specially, the gaps between the avoided crossing levels increase with the strength of the quadrupole term. In order to accurately illustrate these effects, we present the results for the discriminant and von Neumann entropy of one electron interacting with the rest of the whole system. Finally, by numerically solving the time-dependent Schrödinger equations of the system, we discover that the polarization oscillation of electron and nuclear spin is in-phase and the total average longitudinal spin is not conserved at location of avoided crossing, but the two results are opposite beyond that.
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