Spin-chemistry concepts for spintronics scientists

  title={Spin-chemistry concepts for spintronics scientists},
  author={Konstantin L. Ivanov and Alexander Wagenpfahl and Carsten Deibel and J{\"o}rg Matysik},
  journal={Beilstein Journal of Nanotechnology},
  pages={1427 - 1445}
Spin chemistry and spintronics developed independently and with different terminology. Until now, the interaction between the two fields has been very limited. In this review, we compile the two “languages” in an effort to enhance communication. We expect that knowledge of spin chemistry will accelerate progress in spintronics. 

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