Hydrogen bonding has been used as a crystalline design element in the synthesis of new organic molecular-based magnets. The H bonding controls not only the crystal packing of the organic open-shell molecualr solids ut also generates ferromagnetic interactions and propagates them along predetermined spatial directions. The background of molecular magnetism and the details of this new strategy are discussed.
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