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Magnetism: Molecules to Materials II: Molecule Based Materials

Magnetism: Molecules to Materials II: Molecule Based Materials

Joel S. Miller (Editor), Marc Drillon (Editor)

ISBN: 978-3-527-60059-5 January 2003 320 Pages


Molecule-based magnets, giant magnetoresistance and spin frustration are just a few terms which demonstrate that our understanding of magnetic behavior, once thought to be mature, has enjoyed new momentum as it is being expanded by contributions from molecular chemistry, materials chemistry and sciences to solid state physics. The spectrum spans molecule-based - organic, inorganic, and hybrid - compounds, metallic materials as well as their oxides forming thin films, nanoparticles, wires etc. New phenomena are explored that open promising perspectives for commercially applied "smart" materials.
In topical reviews written by foremost scientists trends and recent advances focusing on the correlations between electronic structure and magnetic properties are explained in a clear and detailed way. With good balance between theory and experiment this book guides advanced students and specialists alike to this research area. It facilitates the evaluation of experimental observations and serves as a base for the design of new magnetic materials. As a unique reference work, it is indispensable for everyone concerned with the phenomena of magnetism!
Nitroxide-based Organic Magnets.

Magnetic Ordering in Metal Coordination Complexes with Aminoxyl Radicals.

Organic Kagome Antiferromagnets.

Magnetism in TDAE-C60.

Triarylmethyl and Amine Radicals.

High-spin Metal-ion-containing Molecules.

Electronic Structure and Magnetic Behavior in Polynuclear Transition-metal Compounds.

Valence Tautomerism in Dioxolene Complexes of Cobalt.

Molecule-based Magnets Derived from NiII and MnII Azido Bridging Ligand and Related Compounds.

Oxalate-based 2D and 3D Magnets.

Hybrid Organic-Inorganic Multilayer Compounds: Towards Controllable and/or Switchable Magnets.

Intercalation-induced Magnetization in MPS3 Layered Compounds.

Transition Metal Ion Phosphonates as Hybrid Organic-Inorganic Magnets.

Magnetic Langmuir-Blodgett Films.


"...presents a good…current overview of an active and diverse research area." (Journal of the American Chemical Society, Vol. 124, 2002)

 "...anyone wishing to learn more about this exciting field will find this volume worth dipping into..." (Applied Organometallic Chemistry, November 2002)