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Does the thermal evolution of molecular structures critically affect the magnetic anisotropy?

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A dysprosium based single-ion magnet is synthesized and characterized by the angular dependence of the single-crystal magnetic susceptibility. Ab initio and effective electrostatic analyses are performed using the molecular structures determined from single crystal X-ray diffraction at 20 K, 100 K and 300 K. Contrary to the common assumption, the results reveal that the structural thermal effects that may affect the energy level scheme and magnetic anisotropy below 100 K are negligible.

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The article was received on 07 Apr 2015, accepted on 13 May 2015 and first published on 13 May 2015


Article type: Edge Article
DOI: 10.1039/C5SC01245G
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Chem. Sci., 2015,6, 4587-4593
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    Does the thermal evolution of molecular structures critically affect the magnetic anisotropy?

    K. Qian, J. J. Baldoví, S. Jiang, A. Gaita-Ariño, Y. Zhang, J. Overgaard, B. Wang, E. Coronado and S. Gao, Chem. Sci., 2015, 6, 4587
    DOI: 10.1039/C5SC01245G

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