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Frustration Measure for Molecular Magnets with Single-Ion Anisotropy

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The universal frustration measure and its extension to anisotropic systems is calculated for a family of spin Hamiltonians modeling a hypothetical ring-shaped chromium-based molecular magnets. The proposed extension takes into account the impact of single-ion anisotropy on the magnetic centers and behaves more consistently with respect to the isotropic counterpart. The influence of anisotropy on both measures is assessed, which leads to a conclusion that frustration decreases with increasing absolute value of single ion anisotropy.
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