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Pushkarchuk A.L.,Institute of Physical Organic Chemistry | Pushkarchuk A.L.,Institute for Nuclear Problems | Potkin V.I.,Institute of Physical Organic Chemistry | Kilin S.J.,B. I. Stepanov Institute of Physics | And 4 more authors.
Structural Chemistry | Year: 2016

DFT simulations of the electron and spin structure of fullerenol derivatives C60(OH)24·2Fe(C5H4COOH)2 and C60(OH)24·2Ni(C5H4COOH)2 have shown that these compounds form stable complexes with intermolecular hydrogen bonds. Calculated exchange coupling constants for the last complexes indicate that they can possess ferromagnetic properties. If this is true, then compounds will have a great potential for medical application as drug delivers under the control of external magnetic field. © 2015 Springer Science+Business Media New York.

Geras'Kin A.A.,Moscow State Technical University | Stognii A.I.,Scientific and Practical Materials Research Center | Novitskii N.N.,Scientific and Practical Materials Research Center | Trukhanov A.V.,Scientific and Practical Materials Research Center | And 5 more authors.
Russian Journal of Inorganic Chemistry | Year: 2014

Conditions of the synthesis of magnetic semiconductor films of composition Mg(Fe0.8Ga0.2)2O4-δ on silicon have been optimized. As the barrier layer, which prevents the interaction between the film and the substrate during high-temperature crystallization of the films, a film of nanosized silicon dioxide was used. This, together with a high homogeneity of the composition of the target, allowed us to obtain Mg(Fe0.8Ga0.2)2O4-δ films on silicon characterized by the saturation magnetization (37 A m2/kg) that noticeably exceeds that for the volumetric analog (28 A m2/kg). © 2014 Pleiades Publishing, Ltd.

Nikiforov V.G.,Zavoisky Kazan Physical Technical Institute | Lobkov V.S.,Zavoisky Kazan Physical Technical Institute | Samartsev V.V.,Kazan Federal University | Saiko A.P.,Scientific and Practical Materials Research Center
Laser Physics | Year: 2015

The laser non-resonant excitation based on the (2 ×2) sequence of the two pairs of the pump pulses with orthogonal linear polarizations is proposed and theoretically considered for the control of the vibrational responses without or with the low amplitude of the rotational responses in a liquid. As an example, we model the optical molecular responses resulting in the optical Kerr effect transients in ortho-dichlorobenzene. Theoretical analysis shows the high efficiency of the (2 ×2) excitation scenarios for the various manipulations of the molecular responses. © 2015 Astro Ltd.

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