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Magnetism of metal phthalocyanines

AuthorsBartolomé, Juan; Monton, Carlos; Schuller, Ivan K.
Issue Date2014
CitationMolecular Magnets (Cap.9): 221-245 (2014)
SeriesNanoScience and Technology
AbstractMetal-phthalocyanine (MPc) are uniquely suited for the exploration of the intrinsic mechanisms which gives rise to molecular magnetism. In this chapter, we review the structural and magnetic properties of bulk crystal, thin film and single MPcs molecules adsorbed on different substrates. Traditional magnetic measurements and new techniques like x-ray magnetic circular dichroism show that the magnetic behavior of MPc molecules is strongly related with the electronic ground state of the central metal atom hybridized with the ligand states (intra-molecular interaction). In bulk and thin films, with stacked molecules, intermolecular exchange interactions between magnetic M atoms regulates their magnetic properties. Moreover experimental results show that the magnetic properties of single molecules are strongly affected by the electronic coupling to the supporting substrate.
DescriptionPart II: Physics and Applications.
Publisher version (URL)http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-3-642-40609-6_9
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