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Recent Advances of Molecular-Based Magnetic Refrigeration Materials

DOI: 10.12677/NAT.2022.124027, PP. 270-282

Keywords: 磁致冷材料,过渡金属,稀土金属,过渡–稀土混金属,磁熵
Magnetic Refrigeration Materials
, Transition, Lanthanide, Transition-lanthanide, Magnetic entropy

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Molecular-based magnetic refrigeration materials have attracted wide attention because of their excellent prospects in information storage, quantum computing, magneto-thermal conversion and other fields. Molecular-based magnetic refrigeration materials can achieve low-dimensional magnetic structures as small as the molecular level, and have the properties of monodispersity and chemical modifiability, which also provides an important model for theoretical research. Therefore, based on the basic theory and design strategy of molecu-lar-based magnetic refrigeration materials, this paper divides them into three categories: transition, lanthanide, and transition-lanthanide, and introduces the latest progress in the structure and properties of the materials in recent years.


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