Frustration effects in antiferromagnetic molecules: The cuboctahedron

Schnack J, Schnalle R (2009)
Polyhedron 28(9-10): 1620-1623.

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Frustration of magnetic systems which is caused by competing interactions is the driving force of several unusual phenomena such as plateaus and jumps of the magnetization curve as well as of unusual energy spectra with for instance many singlet levels below the first triplet state. The antiferromagnetic cuboctahedron can serve as a paradigmatic example of certain frustrated anti ferromagnets. In addition it has the advantage that its complete energy spectrum can be obtained up to individual spin quantum numbers of s=3/2 (16777216 states). (C) 2008 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.
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Schnack J, Schnalle R. Frustration effects in antiferromagnetic molecules: The cuboctahedron. Polyhedron. 2009;28(9-10):1620-1623.
Schnack, J., & Schnalle, R. (2009). Frustration effects in antiferromagnetic molecules: The cuboctahedron. Polyhedron, 28(9-10), 1620-1623. doi:10.1016/j.poly.2008.10.017
Schnack, J., and Schnalle, R. (2009). Frustration effects in antiferromagnetic molecules: The cuboctahedron. Polyhedron 28, 1620-1623.
Schnack, J., & Schnalle, R., 2009. Frustration effects in antiferromagnetic molecules: The cuboctahedron. Polyhedron, 28(9-10), p 1620-1623.
J. Schnack and R. Schnalle, “Frustration effects in antiferromagnetic molecules: The cuboctahedron”, Polyhedron, vol. 28, 2009, pp. 1620-1623.
Schnack, J., Schnalle, R.: Frustration effects in antiferromagnetic molecules: The cuboctahedron. Polyhedron. 28, 1620-1623 (2009).
Schnack, Jürgen, and Schnalle, Roman. “Frustration effects in antiferromagnetic molecules: The cuboctahedron”. Polyhedron 28.9-10 (2009): 1620-1623.

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