magnetochemistry


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magnetochemistry

(mæɡˌniːtəʊˈkɛmɪstrɪ)
n
(Chemistry) the branch of chemistry concerned with the relationship between magnetic and chemical properties
magˌnetoˈchemical adj
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Schiff base derived from sulfa drugs and aromatic aldehyde has vital role in many areas, such as biological models, inhibition of corrosion, analytical chemistry, catalysis, magnetochemistry, optoelectronic materials, pharmacology and important biocides [1-2].
The magnetochemistry of transition elements provides grants to state whether the d electrons are paired or not.
Carlin, Magnetochemistry, Springer Berlin Heidelberg, Berlin, Heidelberg, Germany, 1st edition, 1986.
MacroacyclicSchiff-base complexes based on transition metals and multidentate ligands are an interesting chemical field and have been the subject of extensive research due to their potential applications in fields of magnetochemistry, material science, catalysis, separation and ncapsulation processes, hydrometallurgy, formation of compounds with unusual properties and metalmetal interactions [8-25].
"Orsted, Ritter, and Magnetochemistry." In Hans Christian Orsted and the Romantic Legacy in Science: Ideas, Disciplines, Practices, eds.