Special Issue "Magnetic Relaxation in Metal Complexes"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (15 March 2023) | Viewed by 2861
Interests: lanthanoid complexes; single molecule magnets; luminescent materials
The study of magnetic relaxation in molecular materials has led to important discoveries, among which molecular magnets hold a prominent place. Interest in these magnets is stimulated by a growing demand for higher density, and higher-speed data storage in new and emerging technologies. Despite significant advances in this recent field, there is still a need to improve the properties of these magnets for their potencial applications. Therefore, this Special Issue of Magnetochemistry aims to cover the most recent advances, both theoretical and experimental, in the field of magnetic relaxation in metal complexes.
Prof. Dr. Matilde Fondo
Dr. Julio Corredoira-Vázquez
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- molecule-based magnets
- single-molecule magnets
- modelling and theory
- exchange and magnetic interaction