Framework-Structured Weak Ferromagnets

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Department of Chemistry
Seminar Announcement
26 Jan (Wed)
11am – 12nn
Framework-Structured Weak
@ S8 Level 3
Professor Gao Song
Peking University, China
Host : Assoc Prof Lu Yixin
About the Speaker
Professor Song Gao got his BS and PhD in chemistry at Peking
University (PKU) in 1985 and 1991, and then worked at PKU till
now. He was a Humboldt Research Fellow in TH Aachen from
1995 to 1997. He has been Cheung Kong Professor in College of
Chemistry and Molecular Engineering at Peking University since
2002, and served as dean of this college in 2006-2010. He is now
deputy director of Beijing National Laboratory for Molecular
Sciences. He received State Natural Science Award (the 2nd
Grade) in 2006 because of his contribution in magnetic ordered
coordination polymers and molecular nanomagnets. He was
elected as member of Chinese Academy of Sciences in 2007. In the same year, he
became a Fellow of the Royal Society of Chemistry (UK). He is member of Editorial
Advisory Board for Chem. Soc. Rev., Chemical Science, and Inorganic Chemistry etc.,
and Associate Editor of CrystEngComm. Professor Song Gao and his collaborators
published more than 300 papers with h-index 51. He is the chairman of the 12th
International Conference on Molecule-based Magnets held in Beijing in 2010. His
research interests are magnetic ordered coordination polymers, molecular
nanomagnets, molecular and crystal engineering, and multifunctional molecular
Framework-structured weak ferromagnet is a new rising star in the moleculebased magnetic materials. The framework structures are powerful carriers for
long range ordering of spins. And weak ferromagnetism due to spin canting is an
effective approach for molecular magnets because of its frequent occurrence
and desired spontaneous magnetization as long as the canting angle γ is large
enough. In this talk, various framework-structured weak ferromagnets based on
different grades of ligands (from mono-atom to three-atom-like ligands) will be
reviewed. Particular emphasis is given to the relationships between structural
features and the properties, rational employments of the ligands, and weak
ferromagnetic strategies for molecule-based magnets with exciting properties
and applications.
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