Room temperature molecular/organic-based magnet

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Publication Type Journal Article
School or College College of Science
Department Chemistry
Creator Miller, Joel Steven
Other Author Epstein, Arthur J.; Manriquez, Juan M.; McLean, R. Scott; Yee, Gordon T.
Title Room temperature molecular/organic-based magnet
Date 1991
Description The Du Pont / Ohio State University research team made materials in the laboratory, then tested them for magnetism. To do so, they initially moved a magnet along the outside of a sealed tube containing a small blob of experimental material and an inert gas such as argon or nitrogen. "We've done it for years, and nothing ever happened," Joel S. Miller said.
Type Text
Publisher A Z Industries, Inc.
Volume 5
Issue 12
First Page 8
Last Page 12
Subject Bis(benzene)vanadium; Vanadium; Tetracyanoethylene; TCNE; Polymeric magnets; Room temperature
Subject LCSH Magnetic materials
Language eng
Bibliographic Citation Epstein, A. J., Manriquez, J. M., McLean, R. S., Miller, J. S., & Yee, G. (1991). Room temperature molecular/organic-based magnet. Magnets in Your Future, 5(12), 8-12.
Rights Management (c) A Z Industries, Inc.
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Date Created 2012-06-13
Date Modified 2012-06-13
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