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Dinuclear Iron(III) and Cobalt(III) Complexes Featuring a Biradical Bridge: Their Molecular Structures and Magnetic, Spectroscopic, and Redox Properties

Dinuclear Iron(III) and Cobalt(III) Complexes Featuring
a Biradical Bridge: Their Molecular Structures and Magnetic, Spectroscopic,
and Redox Properties
Akira Endo, Ghulam Abbas, Dhrubajyoti Mondal, Marat M. Khusniyarov, Sanchita Kundu, Max Mörtel, Muktimoy Chaudhury, Mithun Chandra Majee
Dinuclear complexes [(LR)MIII(•LB•)MIII(LR)](ClO4)2, M = Fe (1) and Co (2, 3), featuring a rare biradical bridge (•LB•) have been presented. The π-radical of the iminobenzosemiquinonate moieties of the biradical are linked electronically with the participating metal centers to provide complex electronic structures for these compounds. EPR, Mössbauer, and electronic spectroscopic investigations along with magnetic and redox studies have been carried out to unravel these complex structures.

Publisher URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.1021/acs.inorgchem.7b02340

DOI: 10.1021/acs.inorgchem.7b02340

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