Exposure of the hidden anti-ferromagnetism in paramagnetic CdSe:Mn nanocrystals.

  title={Exposure of the hidden anti-ferromagnetism in paramagnetic CdSe:Mn nanocrystals.},
  author={Shou-Jyun Zou and Sheng-Tsung Wang and Ming-Fan Wu and Wen-Bin Jian and Shun-Jen Cheng},
  journal={ACS nano},
  volume={9 1},
We present theoretical and experimental investigations of the magnetism of paramagnetic semiconductor CdSe:Mn nanocrystals and propose an efficient approach to the exposure and analysis of the underlying anti-ferromagnetic interactions between magnetic ions therein. A key advance made here is the development of an analysis method with the exploitation of group theory technique that allows us to distinguish the anti-ferromagnetic interactions between aggregative Mn(2+) ions from the overall… 
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