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A double-dysprosocenium single-molecule magnet bound together with neutral ligands

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Abstract

A dinuclear dysprosocenium dication has been synthesised that is bound together by weak interactions between {Dy(Cp*)2}+ fragments and neutral NEt3AlMe3 molecules. The axiality of the Dy3+ crystal fields are perturbed by these equatorial interactions but a relatively large effective barrier to magnetisation reversal of 860(60) cm−1 and magnetic hysteresis up to 12 K are observed.

Graphical abstract: A double-dysprosocenium single-molecule magnet bound together with neutral ligands

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Submitted
15 Nov 2019
Accepted
16 Apr 2020
First published
16 Apr 2020

This article is Open Access

Chem. Commun., 2020,56, 5677-5680
Article type
Communication

A double-dysprosocenium single-molecule magnet bound together with neutral ligands

P. Evans, D. Reta, C. A. P. Goodwin, F. Ortu, N. F. Chilton and D. P. Mills, Chem. Commun., 2020, 56, 5677
DOI: 10.1039/C9CC08945D

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