A Review of Room-Temperature Organic and Molecular Magnets

Authors : Apurva Sasar

Volume/Issue : Volume 6 - 2021, Issue 9 - September

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Organic and molecular magnets that demonstrate magnetism at ambient temperature are becoming widely popular among researchers. Organic molecules and rare-earth ions, or coordination complexes are used to make these magnets. Molecular and organic magnets have a range of benefits versus atom-based magnets. In many disciplines, a breakthrough in the production of effective room-temperature molecular magnets would be a big advantage. This review article highlights different researchers' successful fabrication of molecule-based and organic magnets with magnetic ordering at ambient temperature. Several aspects of their practical and theoretical approach to magnet synthesis are reviewed. The critical temperature of 1,3,5-triazinelinked porous organic radical framework magnets was 465 K, which is the maximum among all the discussed magnets. This new category of magnets is a fascinating study topic with the opportunity to become a viable solution in the coming years.

Keywords : Organic Magnets; Molecule-Based Magnets; Magnetism; Ambient Temperature Synthesis; TCNE


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