Abstract

The magnetic structure of Ni(CH2CO2NH2)2 2 H2O has been determined by the analysis of neutron-diffraction data from powder and single-crystal samples. Ni(CH2CO2NH2)2 2 H2O orders at a Néel temperature of 0.88 K. The magnetic structure consists of antiferromagnetically coupled layers having a canted ferromagnetic ordering within layers, with a moment of (2.33 ± 0.14)μB per Ni2+ ion. The magnetic unit cell is composed of two crystallographic unit cells, and contains four nickel atoms. The moment direction is not simply related to either crystalline or molecular symmetry axes.

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Physics

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0163-1829

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Article - Journal

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English

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© 1985 American Physical Society, All rights reserved.

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