3d single-ion magnets

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Craig, Gavin; Murrie, Mark;
(2015)
  • Publisher: Royal Society of Chemistry

One of the determining factors in whether single-molecule magnets (SMMs) may be used as the smallest component of data storage, is the size of the barrier to reversal of the magnetisation, Ueff. This physical quantity depends on the magnitude of the magnetic anisotropy ... View more
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