Effect of pressure on single-chain magnets with repeating units of the MnIII-NiII-MnIII trimer

  title={Effect of pressure on single-chain magnets with repeating units of the MnIII-NiII-MnIII trimer},
  author={Masaki Mito and Hiroyuki Deguchi and Takayuki Tajiri and Seishi Takagi and Masahiro Yamashita and Hitoshi Miyasaka},
  journal={Physical Review B},
The single-chain magnet L: intrachain attaching ligand of Ni II ion; A −1 : interchain counteranion (cid:2) is a ferromagnetic one-dimensional network system with repeating units of the Mn III -Ni II -Mn III trimer which itself behaves as a single-molecule magnet with an S =3 spin ground state and negative uniaxial single-ion anisotropy (cid:1) D (cid:2) parallel to the bridging direction. The slow relaxation of the magnetic moment in this SCM system originates in an energy barrier for spin… 

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