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Strong carbon cage influence on the single molecule magnetism in Dy–Sc nitride clusterfullerenes

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Magnetic properties of endohedral metallofullerenes with nitride clusters DySc2N and Dy2ScN and different carbon cages are studied by SQUID magnetometry. All molecules behave as single molecule magnets (SMMs) and exhibit magnetic hysteresis. It is found that the blocking temperature of magnetization and relaxation times strongly depend on the fullerene cage, with the C80-Ih isomer offering the best SMM properties.

Graphical abstract: Strong carbon cage influence on the single molecule magnetism in Dy–Sc nitride clusterfullerenes

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Submitted
24 Jun 2018
Accepted
24 Jul 2018
First published
24 Jul 2018

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Chem. Commun., 2018,54, 9730-9733
Article type
Communication

Strong carbon cage influence on the single molecule magnetism in Dy–Sc nitride clusterfullerenes

C. Schlesier, L. Spree, A. Kostanyan, R. Westerström, A. Brandenburg, A. U. B. Wolter, S. Yang, T. Greber and A. A. Popov, Chem. Commun., 2018, 54, 9730
DOI: 10.1039/C8CC05029E

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