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Magnetic Interaction Affecting the Zero-Field Single-Molecule Magnet Behaviors in Isomorphic {NiII2DyIII2} and {CoII2DyIII2} Tetranuclear Complexes

Magnetic Interaction Affecting the Zero-Field Single-Molecule Magnet Behaviors in Isomorphic {NiII2DyIII2} and {CoII2DyIII2} Tetranuclear Complexes
Wenyuan Wang, Sanping Chen, Hongshan Ke, Sheng Zhang, Min Li, Yiquan Zhang, Haipeng Wu, Guilin Zhuang, Qing Wei, Gang Xie
The local tetranuclear clusters exhibit a zigzag MII−LnIII−LnIII−MII arrangement featuring unique monophenoxo/diacetate bridging groups between MII and LnIII ion, significantly influencing the magnetic coupling and relaxation dynamics. The {NiII2DyIII2} complex reveals the same magnetic behavior under both zero field and an external magnetic field, confirming that ferromagnetic exchange is responsible for reducing the zero-field QTM. The phenomenon is not observed in the {CoII2DyIII2} case.

Publisher URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.1021/acs.inorgchem.7b01840

DOI: 10.1021/acs.inorgchem.7b01840

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