Nanographene Magnetic Properties: A Monte Carlo Study

  title={Nanographene Magnetic Properties: A Monte Carlo Study},
  author={Lahoucine Bahmad and Rachid Masrour and Abdelilah Benyoussef},
  journal={Journal of Superconductivity and Novel Magnetism},
The magnetic properties of an Ising antiferromagnetic model on a nanographene lattice which have spins that can take the values S=±3/2, ±1/2, are studied by Monte Carlo simulations. We only consider the nearest-neighbor interactions between the sites i and j. The zero field cooled and field cooled magnetizations, magnetic susceptibilities and hysteresis cycle are obtained for a nanographene structure with the effect of exchange interaction between sites i and j. The blocking temperature is also… 
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