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.
A. Onodera et al., "Neutron-diffraction Study of the Magnetic Ordering in Ni(CH₂CO₂NH₂)₂ 2H₂O," Physical Review B (Condensed Matter), vol. 31, no. 1, pp. 358-363, American Physical Society, Jan 1985.
The definitive version is available at https://doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevB.31.358
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01 Jan 1985