## What is/are Crossover Nanoparticles?

Crossover Nanoparticles - Spin-crossover nanoparticles were covalently grafted onto functionalized layers of semiconducting MoS2 to form a hybrid heterostructure.^{[1]}In the present work, numerical simulations based on a new algorithm specific for 2D configurational topology of spin crossover nanoparticles embedded in a matrix are presented and discussed in the framework of the Ising-like model taking into account for short- (J) and long-range (G) interactions as for surface effects (L).

^{[2]}Room temperature optoelectronic operations are demonstrated on a hybrid device based on graphene and spin crossover nanoparticles, with non-volatile multiple memory states.

^{[3]}On mixing the suspension of the spin-crossover nanoparticles with a solution of single-walled carbon nanotubes (SWCNTs), the nanoparticles were strongly adsorbed on the hydrophobic SWCNT bundles, resulting in hybrid network structures.

^{[4]}In the bulk material, the spin‐crossover nanoparticles in the core are well isolated from each other allowing thermal treatment without disintegration of their structure.

^{[5]}In this work, Fe II -based spin-crossover nanoparticles of the well-known [Fe(Htrz) 2 (trz)](BF 4 ) complex wrapped with thin silica shells of different sizes will be studied by means of silicon microresonators.

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## Spin Crossover Nanoparticles

In the present work, numerical simulations based on a new algorithm specific for 2D configurational topology of spin crossover nanoparticles embedded in a matrix are presented and discussed in the framework of the Ising-like model taking into account for short- (J) and long-range (G) interactions as for surface effects (L).^{[1]}Room temperature optoelectronic operations are demonstrated on a hybrid device based on graphene and spin crossover nanoparticles, with non-volatile multiple memory states.

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