1973 Volume 46 Issue 9 Pages 2766-2768
Single-crystal ESR studies have been carried out on bis(L-alaninato)copper(II). Only one symmetric absorption peak has been obtained in any direction of the magnetic field, regardless of the fact that there are two molecules per unit cell. The principal values and the directions of the principal axes of the g tensor have been determined, and a correlation between those components of the g tensor and the crystal structure has been confirmed on the basis of the effect of the spin-exchange interaction between the dissimilar copper(II) ions. The absorption linewidths have been examined in order to estimate the spin-exchange energy.
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