Organic Polymers with Magneto-Dielectric Properties
Final rept. 15 Feb 2004-31 Dec 2006
NEBRASKA UNIV LINCOLN DEPT OF CHEMISTRY
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Organic diradicals, in which the atomic orbitals carrying spin density, have near-perfect alignment for strong ferromagnetic exchange coupling, were designed, synthesized, and characterized by magnetic studies. These include novel triplet S 1 ground state aminyl diradicals, in which spin density is centered at nitrogen atoms, and S 1 ground state nitroxide diradicals, in which spin density is primarily located at nitrogen and oxygen atoms. The nitroxide diradicals are stable at ambient conditions. These diradicals were intended as ligands monomers in ferrimagnetic coordination polymers magneto-dielectric properties.
- Polymer Chemistry
- Electricity and Magnetism