Low Temperature Insights into the Crystal and Magnetic Structure of a Neutral Radical Ferromagnet
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The crystal structure of the radical ferromagnet 1a at 2 K reveals a contraction in the unit cell c constant which, at the molecular level, translates into a decrease in slippage of the radical π-stacks and an increase in ferromagnetic exchange interactions along the stacking axis. The results of BS-DFT calculations using long-range corrected functionals are consistent with an overall ferromagnetic topology.
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Richard Oakley, Craig Robertson, Stephen Winter, Judith Howard, Michael Probert (2021). Low Temperature Insights into the Crystal and Magnetic Structure of a Neutral Radical Ferromagnet. UWSpace. http://hdl.handle.net/10012/17584