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The first X-ray crystal structure determination of a dinuclear complex trapped in the [low spin–high spin] state: [FeII2(PMAT)2](BF4)4·DMF

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Abstract

The two metal centres in the doubly 1,2,4-triazole-bridged spin crossover complex [FeII2(PMAT)2](BF4)4·DMF (1·DMF) are trapped in different spin states below ca. 200 K, with no evidence that this particular [LS–HS] species can be converted into the [LS–LS] form at ambient pressure.

Graphical abstract: The first X-ray crystal structure determination of a dinuclear complex trapped in the [low spin–high spin] state: [FeII2(PMAT)2](BF4)4·DMF

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Submitted
14 Oct 2004
Accepted
23 Nov 2004
First published
04 Jan 2005

Chem. Commun., 2005, 987-989
Article type
Communication

The first X-ray crystal structure determination of a dinuclear complex trapped in the [low spin–high spin] state: [FeII2(PMAT)2](BF4)4·DMF

M. H. Klingele, B. Moubaraki, J. D. Cashion, K. S. Murray and S. Brooker, Chem. Commun., 2005, 987
DOI: 10.1039/B415891A

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