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Themed collection Molecular Spintronics

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Editorial

Molecular spintronics: a web themed issue

Showcasing a collection of cutting edge contributions by international leaders in the field of molecular spintronics.

Graphical abstract: Molecular spintronics: a web themed issue
From the themed collection: Molecular Spintronics
Feature Article

The first decade of organic spintronics research

The significant milestones in organic spintronics achieved during the first decade of research are reviewed.

Graphical abstract: The first decade of organic spintronics research
From the themed collection: Molecular Spintronics
Feature Article

Iron(II) spin crossover films on Au(111): scanning probe microscopy and photoelectron spectroscopy

The growth of films of [H2B(pz)2]Fe(II)(bpy) on Au(111) is characterized from the bilayer film to multilayer film regime.

Graphical abstract: Iron(ii) spin crossover films on Au(111): scanning probe microscopy and photoelectron spectroscopy
From the themed collection: Molecular Spintronics
Open Access Communication

Coherent electron spin manipulation in a dilute oriented ensemble of molecular nanomagnets: pulsed EPR on doped single crystals

Pulsed EPR methods are used to carry out nutation experiments on a S = 3/2 molecular nanomagnet doped into a diamagnetic lattice.

Graphical abstract: Coherent electron spin manipulation in a dilute oriented ensemble of molecular nanomagnets: pulsed EPR on doped single crystals
From the themed collection: Molecular Spintronics
Communication

Magnetism of TbPc2 SMMs on ferromagnetic electrodes used in organic spintronics

TbPc2 single-molecule magnets adopt different orientation on the two ferromagnetic electrodes used in organic spintronics without significant magnetic interactions.

Graphical abstract: Magnetism of TbPc2 SMMs on ferromagnetic electrodes used in organic spintronics
From the themed collection: Molecular Spintronics
Communication

Magnetic exchange coupling of a synthetic Co(II)-complex to a ferromagnetic Ni substrate

Ferromagnetic coupling of a synthetic porphyrin-related complex of Co(II) with C2v symmetry to a ferromagnetic Ni substrate is demonstrated.

Graphical abstract: Magnetic exchange coupling of a synthetic Co(ii)-complex to a ferromagnetic Ni substrate
From the themed collection: Molecular Spintronics
Communication

Electronic communication through molecular bridges

Molecular orbitals are revealed when sets of molecular bridges show common trends in diradical exchange spin coupling and in conductance through molecular junctions.

Graphical abstract: Electronic communication through molecular bridges
From the themed collection: Molecular Spintronics
Communication

Spin polarization in electrodeposited thin films of the molecule-based magnetic semiconductor Cr5.5(CN)12·11.5H2O

The magnetoresistance (MR) effect of thin films of the Prussian Blue Analogue (PBA) Cr5.5(CN)12·11.5H2O, prepared by electrochemical deposition, has been measured using the standard two-point probe method.

Graphical abstract: Spin polarization in electrodeposited thin films of the molecule-based magnetic semiconductor Cr5.5(CN)12·11.5H2O
From the themed collection: Molecular Spintronics
Communication

The evolution of spin distribution in the photoexcited triplet state of ethyne-elaborated porphyrins

Step-wise conjugation augmentation of a (porphinato)zinc chromophore drives a progressive oblate to prolate evolution of the T1-state spin distribution.

Graphical abstract: The evolution of spin distribution in the photoexcited triplet state of ethyne-elaborated porphyrins
From the themed collection: Molecular Spintronics
Communication

Modelling electric field control of the spin state in the mixed-valence polyoxometalate [GeV14O40]8−

Antiferromagnetic coupling induced by the application of an electric field predicted in a mixed-valence polyoxometalate that contains two extra electrons.

Graphical abstract: Modelling electric field control of the spin state in the mixed-valence polyoxometalate [GeV14O40]8−
From the themed collection: Molecular Spintronics
Communication

Can heterometallic 1-dimensional chains support current rectification?

The design of an effective molecular rectifier requires a consideration of the symmetry and distribution of the dominant transport channel.

Graphical abstract: Can heterometallic 1-dimensional chains support current rectification?
From the themed collection: Molecular Spintronics
Communication

Coherent manipulation of spin qubits based on polyoxometalates: the case of the single ion magnet [GdW30P5O110]14−

The coherence in a Gd3+ single ion magnet is increased by an order of magnitude, showing the potential of this system as a spin qubit in molecular spintronics.

Graphical abstract: Coherent manipulation of spin qubits based on polyoxometalates: the case of the single ion magnet [GdW30P5O110]14−
From the themed collection: Molecular Spintronics
Communication

Controlling the orientation of spin-correlated radical pairs by covalent linkage to nanoporous anodic aluminum oxide membranes

Photogenerated spin-correlated radical pairs adopt specific orientations when attached to nanoporous anodic aluminum oxide membranes. The orientations of the spin-polarized radical pairs can be determined using time-resolved EPR spectroscopy.

Graphical abstract: Controlling the orientation of spin-correlated radical pairs by covalent linkage to nanoporous anodic aluminum oxide membranes
From the themed collection: Molecular Spintronics
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About this collection

This themed collection showcases current achievements and future perspectives in the exciting field of molecular spintronics. The issue is Guest Edited by ChemComm Associate Editor Daniel Gamelin with Martin Kirk and David Shultz. New articles will be added to this collection as they are published.

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