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Synthesis and characterization of [Cu(Me2oxpn)Ni(NO2)(tmen)](ClO4): a single ferrimagnetic dinuclear CuII–NiII complex acting as weak molecule-based magnet

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Abstract

The new heterodinuclear complex [Cu(Me2oxpn)Ni(NO2)(tmen)](ClO4), that exhibits strong antiferromagnetic intramolecular coupling between CuII and NiII ions (ferrimagnetic behavior), shows ferromagnetic ordering at low temperature, due likely to a small canting phenomenon; it is one of the very few compounds made from isolated molecules that lead to cooperative magnetic behavior.

Graphical abstract: Synthesis and characterization of [Cu(Me2oxpn)Ni(NO2)(tmen)](ClO4): a single ferrimagnetic dinuclear CuII–NiII complex acting as weak molecule-based magnet

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Submitted
23 Nov 2001
Accepted
11 Jan 2002
First published
25 Jan 2002

Chem. Commun., 2002, 364-365
Article type
Communication

Synthesis and characterization of [Cu(Me2oxpn)Ni(NO2)(tmen)](ClO4): a single ferrimagnetic dinuclear CuII–NiII complex acting as weak molecule-based magnet

J. Tercero, C. Diaz, J. Ribas, J. Mahía and M. Maestro, Chem. Commun., 2002, 364
DOI: 10.1039/B110747J

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