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Ferromagnetic intermolecular interactions and magnetically ordered states in some organic radical crystals

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Recent results of magnetization, susceptibility and muon spin rotation (mu SR) measurements and crystal structure determinations of the organic radicals based on cl-nitronyl nitroxide are described. Temperature variation of mu SR and a.c. susceptibility reveals that the organic radicals, which are found to exhibit ferromagnetic intermolecular interactions, undergo magnetic phase transitions at around 0.1 similar to 0.7 K. The organic radicals have not only a simply ferromagnetic ordered state...

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10.1080/10587259508034043

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Institution:
University of Oxford
Department:
Oxford, MPLS, Physics, Condensed Matter Physics
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Volume:
271
Issue:
1
Pages:
107-114
Publication date:
1995
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ISSN:
1058-725X
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uuid:09b07608-0a5d-481f-b7e6-a8f39217353f
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20518
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pubs:20518
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