Molecular Magnetism

Molecular magnetism is a highly interdisciplinary research field associated with Chemistry, Physics, and Biology. It deals with design, synthesis and physical characterization as well as the theoretical modeling of isolated molecules or gathering of molecules that contain one or more magnetic centers. Molecular magnetism provides an exceptional collection of materials of various magnetic dimensionalities: 0D single-molecule magnets, 1D single-chain magnets, 2D molecular layers and 3D coordination polymers. The types of magnetisms are as follows.

Ferromagnetism and ferrimagnetism happened once the magnetic moments in a magnetic material line up spontaneously at a temperature below the Curie temperature, to produce net magnetization.

  • Ferrimagnetism
  • Anti-ferromagnetism
  • Para-magnetism and diamagnetism

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