Organic molecular magnets have been the target of synthetic chemists for sometime. Most nitroxyl radicals are paramagnetic compounds at high temperatures but magnetic susceptibility measurements indicate that a few such radicals exhibit frerromagnetism or ferromagnetic coupling. This paper deals with one such radical, a dinitroxylamide, which contains two unpaired electrons.
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