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2019 journal article

Electronic and Structural Factors Controlling the Spin Orientations of Magnetic Ions

Inorganic Chemistry, 58(18), 11854–11874.

By: M. Whangbo n, H. Xiang*, H. Koo*, E. Gordon* & J. Whitten n

TL;DR: This minireview examines the structural and electronic factors governing the preferred spin orientations of magnetic ions in ML n complexes in terms of qualitative perturbation theory. (via Semantic Scholar)
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Added: October 7, 2019

2018 journal article

Nonequivalent Spin Exchanges of the Hexagonal Spin Lattice Affecting the Low-Temperature Magnetic Properties of RInO3 (R = Gd, Tb, Dy): Importance of Spin-Orbit Coupling for Spin Exchanges between Rare-Earth Cations with Nonzero Orbital Moments

INORGANIC CHEMISTRY, 57(15), 9260–9265.

TL;DR: DFT calculations for RInO3 carried out to explore if their low-temperature magnetic properties are related to the two nonequivalent nearest-neighbor (NN) spin exchanges of their hexagonal spin lattices predict that the orbital moments of the Tb3+ and Dy3+ ions are smaller than their free-ion values by ∼2μB while the T b3+ spins have an in-plane magnetic anisotropy, in agreement with the experiments. (via Semantic Scholar)
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Added: October 16, 2018

2018 journal article

Spin-Density Wave as a Superposition of Two Magnetic States of Opposite Chirality and Its Implications

INORGANIC CHEMISTRY, 57(16), 9782–9785.

By: E. Gordon n, S. Derakhshan*, C. Thompson* & M. Whangho

TL;DR: A magnetic solid with weak spin frustration tends to adopt a noncollinear magnetic structure such as a cycloidal structure below a certain temperature and a spin-density wave (SDW) slightly above this temperature, and whether a SDW is transversal or longitudinal is governed by the magnetic anisotropy of magnetic ions. (via Semantic Scholar)
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Added: October 19, 2018

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