10 April 2015

Controlled Under Pressure: Exchange Anisotropy in Organic Magnets

MagLab users have employed a combination of ab-initio theory and a newly developed high-pressure, high-field ferromagnetic resonance technique, which is uniquely sensitive to anisotropic magnetic interactions, to gain insights into the importance of spin-orbit coupling effects in a range of organic materials where this effect is usually considered to be small. The findings may be applicable to topics as diverse as spintronics and topological spin phases.

For more information contact Stephen Hill.



  • Research Area: Chemistry, Magnetism and Magnetic Materials
  • Research Initiatives: Materials
  • Facility / Program: EMR
  • Year: 2015
Last modified on 1 May 2015