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I've been trying to explain why at zero wave vector Q , in some ferromagnetic materials the spin wave has a finite energy. I know that usually the energy tends to zero as the wave vector tends to zero however in some cases there is energy at zero, wave vector, I just need to know why.

I would appreciate someone to enlighten me

newo

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# Homework Help: Spin wave dispertion finite energy.

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