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Studying magnetism at the nanoscale

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Molecular nanomagnets are exchange-coupled clusters in which magnetic moments are predominantly localized on metal ions. The possibility of chemical engineering of single-ion magnetic anisotropies and inter-ion couplings has lead to a huge variety of such systems. Many species exhibit long magnetization relaxation times which can extend up to days at low temperatures, rendering these systems interesting for potential applications e.g. as quantum bits and in molecular spintronics. In this talk I will present recent results on a magnetic ring, a mixed 3d-4f trinuclear species and on the magnetic endofullerene DySc2N@C80.

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