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Layered gadolinium hydroxides for low-temperature magnetic cooling

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Abstract

Layered gadolinium hydroxides have revealed to be excellent candidates for cryogenic magnetic refrigeration. These materials behave as pure 2D magnetic systems with a Heisenberg–Ising critical crossover, induced by dipolar interactions. This 2D character and the possibility offered by these materials to be delaminated open the possibility of rapid heat dissipation upon substrate deposition.

Graphical abstract: Layered gadolinium hydroxides for low-temperature magnetic cooling

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Submitted
23 Jun 2015
Accepted
29 Jul 2015
First published
29 Jul 2015

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Chem. Commun., 2015,51, 14207-14210
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Communication
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Layered gadolinium hydroxides for low-temperature magnetic cooling

G. Abellán, G. M. Espallargas, G. Lorusso, M. Evangelisti and E. Coronado, Chem. Commun., 2015, 51, 14207
DOI: 10.1039/C5CC05150A

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