A series of one‐dimensional magnetic compounds in which trivalent gadolinium ions and organic radicals alternate regularly in space is reported. The magnetic properties of these compounds are interpreted in terms of a two‐spin‐up, two‐spin‐down ground‐state configuration. Such spin configurations may be stabilized by next‐nearest‐neighbor interactions. A quantitative fit of the experimental data is attempted using the Ising model.

One-dimensional magnetic materials with dominant next-nearest-neighbor interactions / Cristiano Benelli;Andrea Caneschi;Dante Gatteschi;Luca Pardi. - In: JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSICS. - ISSN 0021-8979. - STAMPA. - 67:(1990), pp. 5613-5615. [10.1063/1.345900]

One-dimensional magnetic materials with dominant next-nearest-neighbor interactions

BENELLI, CRISTIANO;CANESCHI, ANDREA;GATTESCHI, DANTE;
1990

Abstract

A series of one‐dimensional magnetic compounds in which trivalent gadolinium ions and organic radicals alternate regularly in space is reported. The magnetic properties of these compounds are interpreted in terms of a two‐spin‐up, two‐spin‐down ground‐state configuration. Such spin configurations may be stabilized by next‐nearest‐neighbor interactions. A quantitative fit of the experimental data is attempted using the Ising model.
1990
67
5613
5615
Cristiano Benelli;Andrea Caneschi;Dante Gatteschi;Luca Pardi
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