Single-Molecule Magnets

@article{Christou2000SingleMoleculeM,
  title={Single-Molecule Magnets},
  author={G. Christou and D. Gatteschi and D. Hendrickson and R. Sessoli},
  journal={Mrs Bulletin},
  year={2000},
  volume={25},
  pages={66-71}
}
Magnets are widely used in a large number of applications, and their market is larger than that of semiconductors. Information storage is certainly one of the most important uses of magnets, and the lower limit to the size of the memory elements is provided by the superparamagnetic size, below which information cannot be permanently stored because the magnetization freely fluctuates. This occurs at room temperature for particles in the range of 10–100 nm, owing to the nature of the material… Expand

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