High magnetic hardness for the canted antiferromagnetic, ferroelectric, and ferroelastic layered perovskite-like (C2H5NH3)2[Fe(II)Cl4].

@article{Han2015HighMH,
  title={High magnetic hardness for the canted antiferromagnetic, ferroelectric, and ferroelastic layered perovskite-like (C2H5NH3)2[Fe(II)Cl4].},
  author={Jing Han and Sadafumi Nishihara and Katsuya Inoue and Mohamedally Kurmoo},
  journal={Inorganic chemistry},
  year={2015},
  volume={54 6},
  pages={2866-74}
}
An unusual high magnetic hardness for the layered perovskite-like (C2H5NH3)2[Fe(II)Cl4], in addition to its already found canted antiferromagnetism, ferroelasticity, and ferroelectricity, which are absent for (CH3NH3)2[Fe(II)Cl4], has been observed. The additional CH2 in the ethylammonium compared to methylammonium allows more degrees of freedom and… CONTINUE READING