Barbara, B., Chiorescu, I., Wernsdorfer, W., Bögge, H., & Müller, A. (2002). The V-15 molecule, a multi-spin two-level system: Adiabatic LZS transition with or without dissipation and Kramers theorem. *PROGRESS OF THEORETICAL PHYSICS SUPPLEMENT*(145), 357-369.

","angewandte-chemie":"B. Barbara, I. Chiorescu, W. Wernsdorfer, H. Bögge, and A. Müller, “The V-15 molecule, a multi-spin two-level system: Adiabatic LZS transition with or without dissipation and Kramers theorem”, Barbara, B., Chiorescu, I., Wernsdorfer, W., Bögge, H. & Müller, A. (2002). The V-15 molecule, a multi-spin two-level system: Adiabatic LZS transition with or without dissipation and Kramers theorem (PROGRESS OF THEORETICAL PHYSICS SUPPLEMENT), (145), 357-369. PROGRESS THEORETICAL PHYSICS PUBLICATION OFFICE.

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PROGRESS OF THEORETICAL PHYSICS SUPPLEMENT (145): 357-369.","wels":"Barbara, B.; Chiorescu, I.; Wernsdorfer, W.; Bögge, H.; Müller, A. (2002): The V-15 molecule, a multi-spin two-level system: Adiabatic LZS transition with or without dissipation and Kramers theorem

Barbara, B, Chiorescu, I, Wernsdorfer, W, Bögge, Hartmut, and Müller, Achim. 2002. “The V-15 molecule, a multi-spin two-level system: Adiabatic LZS transition with or without dissipation and Kramers theorem”, PROGRESS OF THEORETICAL PHYSICS SUPPLEMENT, , no. 145: 357-369.

"},"publisher":"PROGRESS THEORETICAL PHYSICS PUBLICATION OFFICE","type":"conference","publication_identifier":{"issn":["0375-9687"]},"series_title":"PROGRESS OF THEORETICAL PHYSICS SUPPLEMENT","page":"357-369","department":[{"_id":"17964"}],"abstract":[{"text":"The so-called V-15 compound, of formula K-6[(V15As6O42)-As-IV(H2O)]8H(2)O, is formed of 15 spins 1 antiferromagnetically coupled. The resultant spin is equal to 1/2. Contrary to what is expected at first sight, this half-integer spin is gapped. We show that this is a consequence of the multi-spin character of the molecule. Time reversal symmetry (Kramers theorem) is preserved due to the existence of a groundstate degeneracy larger than 2. Magnetization experiments have been performed at different temperatures, sweeping-field rates and couplings with the cryostat. Their interpretation in terms of the Landau-Zener-Stuckelberg model gives evidence for adiabatic LZS spin reversal with and without dissipation.","lang":"eng"}],"first_author":"Barbara, B","date_submitted":"2010-12-07T16:58:54Z","year":"2002"}]