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The molecular rotational g-tensor is a magnetic property of molecular systems. In this paper we have developed its relativistic theory and we show for the first time relativistic calculations of this property, with an analysis of its relation with magnetizabilities.

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We show the breakdown of the non-relativistic relationship between g-tensors and magnetizabilities (or magnetic susceptibilities) in a relativistic domain. In addition, relativistic effects are calculated for g-tensors for the first time.

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This page is a summary of: Theoretical study of the relativistic molecular rotational g-tensor, The Journal of Chemical Physics, November 2014, American Institute of Physics, DOI: 10.1063/1.4901422.
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