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A large axial magnetic anisotropy in trigonal bipyramidal Fe(ii)

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Abstract

The first trigonal bipyramidal Fe(II) complex to display slow relaxation of magnetisation has been isolated, with this behaviour found to arise through a combination of a large magnetic anisotropy (D = −27.5 cm−1) and a pseudo-D3h symmetry at the Fe(II) centre, as investigated through ab initio and magnetic studies.

Graphical abstract: A large axial magnetic anisotropy in trigonal bipyramidal Fe(ii)

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Submitted
02 Apr 2020
Accepted
06 May 2020
First published
06 May 2020

This article is Open Access

Chem. Commun., 2020, Advance Article
Article type
Communication

A large axial magnetic anisotropy in trigonal bipyramidal Fe(II)

M. A. Hay, A. Sarkar, G. A. Craig, K. E. R. Marriott, C. Wilson, G. Rajaraman and M. Murrie, Chem. Commun., 2020, Advance Article , DOI: 10.1039/D0CC02382E

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