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One-dimensional coordination polymers of [Co3(dpa)4]2+ and [MF6]2− (M = ReIV, ZrIV and SnIV)

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One-dimensional coordination polymers of alternating metal–metal bonded trinuclear [Co3(dpa)4]2+ (dpa = the anion of 2,2′-dipyridylamine) building blocks and [ReF6]2− (1), [ZrF6]2− (2) or [SnF6]2− (3) linkers have been self-assembled and crystallographically characterized. Magnetic measurements reveal a significant ferromagnetic coupling (J/kB = +9.9 K) between S = 1/2 {Co36+} and S = 3/2 ReIV magnetic sites through a single, unsupported fluoride bridge in 1.

Graphical abstract: One-dimensional coordination polymers of [Co3(dpa)4]2+ and [MF6]2− (M = ReIV, ZrIV and SnIV)

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Submitted
10 Aug 2015
Accepted
16 Oct 2015
First published
16 Oct 2015

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Chem. Commun., 2015,51, 17748-17751
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Communication
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One-dimensional coordination polymers of [Co3(dpa)4]2+ and [MF6]2− (M = ReIV, ZrIV and SnIV)

V. Bulicanu, K. S. Pedersen, M. Rouzières, J. Bendix, P. Dechambenoit, R. Clérac and E. A. Hillard, Chem. Commun., 2015, 51, 17748
DOI: 10.1039/C5CC06704A

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