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Magnetochemistry

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This book deals with the electronic structure of transition metal complexes as revealed by their magnetic properties. Paramagnetic phenomena are reviewed, but the emphasis throughout the book lies with magnetic ordering phenomena, in both low-dimensional systems as well as with systems undergoing long-range ordering. Field dependent properties are described, and percolation phenomena are introduced. Experimental procedures are also discussed.

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Overview

This book deals with the electronic structure of transition metal complexes as revealed by their magnetic properties. Paramagnetic phenomena are reviewed, but the emphasis throughout the book lies with magnetic ordering phenomena, in both low-dimensional systems as well as with systems undergoing long-range ordering. Field dependent properties are described, and percolation phenomena are introduced. Experimental procedures are also discussed.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9783642707353
  • Publisher: Springer Berlin Heidelberg
  • Publication date: 7/31/2012
  • Edition description: Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 1986
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 328
  • Product dimensions: 6.69 (w) x 9.61 (h) x 0.72 (d)

Table of Contents

1. Diamagnetism and Paramagnetism.- 1.1 Introduction.- 1.2 Diamagnetism.- 1.3 Atomic Term Symbols.- 1.4 Paramagnetism.- 1.5 Some Curie Law Magnets.- 1.6 Curie-Weiss Law.- 1.7 Temperature Independent Paramagnetism.- 1.8 References.- 1.9 General References.- 1.10 Appendix.- 1.10.1 Physical Constants and Units.- 1.10.2 Hyperbolic Functions.- 1.10.3 Magnetic Moment of a Magnetic Ion Subsystem.- 1.10.4 Reference.- 2. Paramagnetism: Zero-Field Splittings.- 2.1 Introduction.- 2.2 Van Vleck’s Equation.- 2.3 Paramagnetic Anisotropy.- 2.4 Spin-Orbit Coupling.- 2.5 Effective Spin.- 2.6 Direct Measurement of D.- 2.7 Electron Paramagnetic Resonance.- 2.8 References.- 3. Thermodynamics.- 3.1 Introduction.- 3.2 Thermodynamic Relations.- 3.3 Thermal Effects.- 3.4 Adiabatic Demagnetization.- 3.5 Schottky Anomalies.- 3.6 Spin-Lattice Relaxation.- 3.7 References.- 4. Paramagnetism and Crystalline Fields: The Iron Series Ions.- 4.1 Introduction.- 4.2 Magnetic Properties of Free Ions.- 4.3 Quenching of Orbital Angular Momentum.- 4.4 Coordination Compounds.- 4.5 Jahn-Teller Behavior.- 4.6 The Iron Series Ions.- 4.6.1 Titanium (III).- 4.6.2 Vanadium (III).- 4.6.3 Vanadyl.- 4.6.4 Chromium (III).- 4.6.5 Manganese (II).- 4.6.6 Iron (III).- 4.6.7 Chromium (II), Manganese (III) and Iron (II).- 4.6.8 Cobalt (II).- 4.6.9 Nickel (II).- 4.6.10 Copper (II).- 4.7 References.- 5. Introduction to Magnetic Exchange: Dimers and Clusters.- 5.1 Introduction.- 5.2 Energy Levels and Specific Heats.- 5.3 Magnetic Susceptibilities.- 5.4 Copper Acetate and Related Compounds.- 5.5 Some Other Dimers.- 5.6 EPR Measurements.- 5.7 Clusters.- 5.8 The Ising Model.- 5.9 References.- 6. Long-Range Order. Ferromagnetism and Antiferromagnetism.- 6.1 Introduction.- 6.2 Molecular Field Theory of Ferromagnetism.- 6.3 Thermal Effects.- 6.4 Molecular Field Theory of Antiferromagnetism.- 6.5 Ising, XY, and Heisenberg Models.- 6.6 Dipole-Dipole Interactions.- 6.7 Exchange Effects on Paramagnetic Susceptibilities.- 6.8 Superexchange.- 6.9 Field Dependent Phenomena.- 6.9.1 Spin Flop.- 6.9.2 Field Induced Ordering.- 6.10 Ferromagnets.- 6.11 Ferrimagnetism.- 6.12 Canting and Weak Ferromagnetism.- 6.13 Characteristic Behavior of the 3d Ions.- 6.14 References.- 7. Lower Dimensional Magnetism.- 7.1 Introduction.- 7.2 One-Dimensional or Linear Chain Systems.- 7.2.1 Ising Systems.- 7.2.2 Heisenberg Systems.- 7.2.3 XY Systems.- 7.2.4 Some Other Aspects.- 7.3 Long-Range Order.- 7.4 Alternating Linear Chains.- 7.5 Spin-Peierls Systems.- 7.6 Two-Dimensional or Planar Systems.- 7.7 CaCu(0Ac)4 · 6H20.- 7.8 Metamagnetism.- 7.9 Canting and Weak Ferromagnetism.- 7.10 Some Ferromagnetic Linear Chains.- 7.11 Solitons.- 7.12 References.- 8. The Heavy Transition Metals.- 8.1 Introduction.- 8.2 Molybdenum (III).- 8.3 Ruthenium (III).- 8.4 Rhenium (IV).- 8.5 Osmium (III).- 8.6 Iridium (IV).- 8.7 References.- 9. The Rare Earths or Lanthanides.- 9.1 Introduction.- 9.2 Cerium.- 9.3 Praseodymium.- 9.4 Neodymium.- 9.5 Samarium.- 9.6 Europium.- 9.7 Gadolinium.- 9.8 Terbium.- 9.9 Dysprosium.- 9.10 Holmium.- 9.11 Erbium.- 9.12 Thulium.- 9.13 Ytterbium.- 9.14 Some Other Systems.- 9.15 References.- 10. Selected Examples.- 10.1 Introduction.- 10.2 Hydrated Nickel Halides.- 10.3 Tris (dithiocarbamates) of Iron (III).- 10.4 Spin-3/2 Iron (III).- 10.5 Manganous Acetate Tetrahydrate.- 10.6 Polymerie NiX2L2.- 10.7 Hydrated Nickel Nitrates.- 10.8 The Pyridine N-Oxide Series.- 10.9 The A2[FeX5(H20)] Series of Antiferromagnets.- 10.10 Some Dilution Experiments.- 10.11 Biomagnetochemistry of Cobalt (II).- 10.12 References.- 11. Some Experimental Techniques.- 11.1 Introduction.- 11.2 Specific Heat Measurements.- 11.3 Gouy and Faraday Balances.- 11.4 Susceptibilities in Alternating Fields.- 11.5 Anisotropic Susceptibilities.- 11.6 References.- Formula Index.
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