Joel S. Miller spends much of his time researching Crystallography, Molecule, Magnetic susceptibility, Magnet and Ferromagnetism. His Crystallography research incorporates themes from Tetracyanoethylene, Inorganic chemistry, X-ray crystallography and Stereochemistry. His Magnetic susceptibility research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Orthorhombic crystal system, Neutron diffraction, Magnetic hysteresis, Magnetization and Manganese.
His work focuses on many connections between Magnet and other disciplines, such as Nanotechnology, that overlap with his field of interest in Polymer and Supramolecular chemistry. He has included themes like Chemical physics, Nuclear magnetic resonance and Ground state in his Ferromagnetism study. His work deals with themes such as Néel temperature and Remanence, which intersect with Condensed matter physics.
His primary scientific interests are in Crystallography, Condensed matter physics, Ferromagnetism, Magnet and Molecule. His Crystallography research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Tetracyanoethylene, Stereochemistry and Antiferromagnetism. The study of Tetracyanoethylene is intertwined with the study of Electron transfer in a number of ways.
His Condensed matter physics research includes themes of Ferrimagnetism, Magnetization and Ground state. His Magnet research includes elements of Magnetism, Vanadium and Nuclear magnetic resonance. His Crystal structure study often links to related topics such as X-ray crystallography.
Joel S. Miller mostly deals with Crystallography, Condensed matter physics, Antiferromagnetism, Tetracyanoethylene and Ferrimagnetism. His research integrates issues of Ionic bonding, Dimer and Stereochemistry in his study of Crystallography. His Condensed matter physics study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Magnetization, Molecule, Magnet and Anisotropy.
His Molecule study combines topics in areas such as Magnetism, Nanotechnology and Copper. His study in Antiferromagnetism is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Magnetic susceptibility, Powder xrd and Mean field theory. The concepts of his Ferrimagnetism study are interwoven with issues in Dihedral angle, Prussian blue, Manganese, Analytical chemistry and Magnetic measurements.
His main research concerns Crystallography, Condensed matter physics, Tetracyanoethylene, Antiferromagnetism and Magnetization. He combines subjects such as Ionic bonding, Prussian blue and Stereochemistry with his study of Crystallography. His study looks at the relationship between Condensed matter physics and topics such as Magnet, which overlap with Antiferromagnetic coupling.
In Tetracyanoethylene, he works on issues like Ferromagnetism, which are connected to Molecule, Néel temperature, van der Waals force, Organic anion and Spin. His studies deal with areas such as Magnetic susceptibility, Infrared, Powder diffraction and Anisotropy as well as Antiferromagnetism. His study in the field of Ferrimagnetism is also linked to topics like Hydrostatic pressure.
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Organic and Organometallic Molecular Magnetic Materials—Designer Magnets
Joel S. Miller;Arthur J. Epstein.
Angewandte Chemie (1994)
Extended Linear Chain Compounds
Joel S. Miller.
Magnetism: Molecules to Materials V
Joel S. Miller;Marc Drillon.
A room-temperature molecular/organic-based magnet
J M Manriquez;G T Yee;R S McLean;A J Epstein.
Ferromagnetic molecular charge-transfer complexes
Joel S. Miller;Arthur J. Epstein;William M. Reiff.
Chemical Reviews (1988)
Ferromagnetic behavior of [Fe(C5Me5)2]+.bul. [TCNE]-.bul.. Structural and magnetic characterization of decamethylferrocenium tetracyanoethenide, [Fe(C5Me5)2]+.bul. [TCNE]-.bul..cntdot.MeCN and decamethylferrocenium pentacyanopropenide, [Fe(C5Me5)2]+.bul. [C3(CN)5]-
Joel S. Miller;Joseph C. Calabrese;Heiko Rommelmann;Sailesh R. Chittipeddi.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (1987)
FROM MOLECULES TO MATERIALS : CURRENT TRENDS AND FUTURE DIRECTIONS
A. Paul Alivisatos;Paul F. Barbara;A. Welford Castleman;Jack Chang.
Advanced Materials (1998)
Designer magnets containing cyanides and nitriles.
Joel S. Miller;Jamie L. Manson.
Accounts of Chemical Research (2001)
ENHANCEMENT OF THE MAGNETIC ORDERING TEMPERATURE AND AIR STABILITY OF A MIXED VALENT VANADIUM HEXACYANOCHROMATE(III) MAGNET TO 99 C (372 K)
Øyvind Hatlevik;Wayne E. Buschmann;Jie Zhang;Jamie L. Manson.
Advanced Materials (1999)
Magnetically ordered molecule-based materials
Joel S. Miller.
Chemical Society Reviews (2011)
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