Molecular magnetic materials based on 4d and 5d transition metals.

@article{Wang2011MolecularMM,
  title={Molecular magnetic materials based on 4d and 5d transition metals.},
  author={Xin-Yi Wang and Carolina Avenda{\~n}o and Kim R Dunbar},
  journal={Chemical Society reviews},
  year={2011},
  volume={40 6},
  pages={3213-38}
}
The study of paramagnetic compounds based on 4d and 5d transition metals is an emerging research topic in the field of molecular magnetism. An essential driving force for the interest in this area is the fact that heavier metal ions introduce important attributes to the physical properties of paramagnetic compounds. Among the attractive characteristics of heavier elements vis-à-vis magnetism are the diffuse nature of their d orbitals, their strong magnetic anisotropy owing to enhanced spin… CONTINUE READING
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