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Neutral Molecular Iron(II) Complexes Showing Tunable Bistability at Above, Below, and Just Room Temperature by a Crystal Engineering Approach: Ligand Mobility into a Three-Dimensional Flexible Supramolecular Network

Neutral Molecular Iron(II) Complexes Showing Tunable Bistability at Above, Below, and Just Room Temperature by a Crystal Engineering Approach: Ligand Mobility into a Three-Dimensional Flexible Supramolecular Network
Hiroaki Hagiwara, Takuya Masuda, Taro Udagawa, Takuya Ohno, Kei-ichiro Murai, Mika Suzuki
The crystal engineering approach of introducing concerted multimolecular motions into a three-dimensional flexible supramolecular network for systematic control of critical temperature and cooperativity toward the construction of room temperature (RT) bistable materials is presented by the comprehensive study of a new family of iron(II) complexes showing hysteretic spin crossover in a wide range of critical temperatures and hysteresis widths spanning RT.

Publisher URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.1021/acs.cgd.7b01141

DOI: 10.1021/acs.cgd.7b01141

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