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Magnetic Transition and Long-Time Relaxation Behavior Induced by Selective Injection of Guest Molecules into Clathrate Hydrates

Title
Magnetic Transition and Long-Time Relaxation Behavior Induced by Selective Injection of Guest Molecules into Clathrate Hydrates
Authors
Park, YDho, JSeol, JYeon, SHCha, MJEONG, YOON HEESeo, YLee, H
POSTECH Authors
JEONG, YOON HEE
Date Issued
Apr-2009
Publisher
AMER CHEMICAL SOC
Abstract
Magnetic molecules physisorbed into low-dimensional nanostructures of microporous materials such as graphite and metal-organic frameworks have been verified to exhibit an unusual magnetic behavior. We demonstrate that the selective injection of both magnetic and nonmagnetic guest molecules into the water-ice cages of clathrate hydrates to form a 3D superstructure with tetrahedral and diamond-like sublattices can modify the inherent magnetism.
Magnetic molecules physisorbed into low-dimensional nanostructures of microporous materials such as graphite and metal-organic frameworks have been verified to exhibit an unusual magnetic behavior. We demonstrate that the selective injection of both magnetic and nonmagnetic guest molecules into the water-ice cages of clathrate hydrates to form a 3D superstructure with tetrahedral and diamond-like sublattices can modify the inherent magnetism.
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http://oasis.postech.ac.kr/handle/2014.oak/28217
DOI
10.1021/JA9009088
ISSN
0002-7863
Article Type
Article
Citation
JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY, vol. 131, no. 16, page. 5736, 2009-04
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