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magnetic interactions in magnetically intercalated transition metal dichalcogenides are relatively long ranged (at least third nearest neighbors are necessary to consider when modeling their ground states) and their interaction with metallic degrees of freedom.
disorder in magnetic subsystem on ground states of (intercalated) TMDs is expected to reflect differently in case of ferromagnetic coupling compared to antiferromagnetic coupling. Of the interest is also the mechanism through which parent compound ground state is replaced by magnetic ordering.
uniaxial and hydrostatic pressure are expected to affect ground state of the system by introducing different changes into both subsystems – magnetic and metallic one but also by tuning different interactions in the system.
topological aspects of TMDs are starting to capture scientific focus recently, mostly through theoretical predictions, but experimental confirmation is still lacking.