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Issue 21, 2015
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Enhancing the ferromagnetic coupling in extended phloroglucinol complexes by increasing the metal SOMO–ligand overlap: synthesis and characterization of a trinuclear Co II3 triplesalophen complex

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Abstract

The triplesalophen complex [(baronMe)CoII3] has been synthesized and characterized. The low-spin CoII ions possess an 2A2 ground state with the magnetic orbitals of dyz type. These are well oriented for a strong π overlap with the bridging phloroglucinol, which results in the strongest ferromagnetic interactions by the spin-polarization mechanism for a 3d phloroglucinol complex.

Graphical abstract: Enhancing the ferromagnetic coupling in extended phloroglucinol complexes by increasing the metal SOMO–ligand overlap: synthesis and characterization of a trinuclear CoII3 triplesalophen complex

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Submitted
31 Mar 2015
Accepted
21 Apr 2015
First published
23 Apr 2015

Dalton Trans., 2015,44, 9732-9735
Article type
Communication

Enhancing the ferromagnetic coupling in extended phloroglucinol complexes by increasing the metal SOMO–ligand overlap: synthesis and characterization of a trinuclear CoII3 triplesalophen complex

J. Oldengott, A. Stammler, H. Bögge and T. Glaser, Dalton Trans., 2015, 44, 9732
DOI: 10.1039/C5DT01255D

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