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Magnetic properties of very-high-spin organic -conjugated polymers based on Green’s function theory
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10.1063/1.2987719
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FIG. 1.

Two high-spin organic -conjugated polyradicals. Polymer (a) with antiferromagnetic or ferromagnetic exchange coupling between the macrocyclic and two cross-linking modules. Polymer (b) is coupled with the macrocyclic and cross-linking modules. (c) A Heisenberg diamondlike spin chain model is presented to describe polymers (a) and (b) theoretically.

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FIG. 2.

Magnetic properties of the high-spin organic polymer (a) for the ferrimagnetic exchange couplings case with : (a) The sublattice magnetizations against temperature at the external fields , 0.005, and 0.02, and (b) the magnetic susceptibilities multiplied by temperature against temperature. In the inset of (b) is the product against temperature at stronger external magnetic fields.

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FIG. 3.

Magnetic properties of the high-spin organic polymer (a) for the ferromagnetic exchange couplings case with : (a) The sublattice magnetizations against temperature at the external fields , 0.004, and 0.02, and (b) the magnetic susceptibilities multiplied by temperature against temperature. In the inset of (b) are the experimental results for polymer (a) from Ref. 33.

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FIG. 4.

Magnetic properties of the high-spin organic polymer (b) for the ferrimagnetic exchange coupling case with : (a) The sublattice magnetizations against temperature at the external magnetic fields , 0.1, and 0.2, and (b) the magnetic susceptibilities multiplied by temperature against temperature. In the inset of (b) is the against temperature at the stronger external magnetic fields.

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FIG. 5.

Magnetic properties of the high-spin organic polymer (b) for the ferromagnetic exchange coupling case with : (a) the sublattice magnetizations against temperature at the external magnetic fields , 0.007, and 0.02, and (b) the magnetic susceptibilities multiplied by temperature against temperature. In the inset of (b) are the experimental results for polymer (b) from Ref. 3.

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Scitation: Magnetic properties of very-high-spin organic π-conjugated polymers based on Green’s function theory
http://aip.metastore.ingenta.com/content/aip/journal/jcp/129/13/10.1063/1.2987719
10.1063/1.2987719
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