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How does magnetic anisotropy cause stable long range magnetic ordering in quasi-one-dimensional solids?

At least in the example you picked up to illustrate your question, the key to the answer might be here: "The a axis, perpendicular to the chains in the structure, is the magnetic easy axis, while the ...
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What are examples of materials that closely correspond to the Heisenberg model?

1D A famous example of a nearly ideal spin-$1/2$ isotropic Heisenberg antiferromagnetic chain (1D) system is copper pyrazine dinitrate [Cu(C$_4$H$_4$N$_2$)(NO$_3$)$_2$], which was discussed in Hammar ...
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How does magnetic anisotropy cause stable long range magnetic ordering in quasi-one-dimensional solids?

I have not read the paper your linked to in detail, but I can offer some general answers to your questions. ...there exists quasi-one-dimensional ferromagnetic materials attributing its long range ...
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What are examples of materials that closely correspond to the Heisenberg model?

Actual examples of 2D magnetic systems are MXenes and metal-organic adsorption monolayers.
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What are examples of materials that closely correspond to the Heisenberg model?

The Heisenberg formalism is often used to describe the interaction between molecules adsorbed on a surface (2D) using a cluster expansion. This has nothing to do with magnetism, but the mathematical ...
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