Cluster-Based Single-Molecule Magnets View Full Text


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2014-07-08

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Constantinos J. Milios , Richard E. P. Winpenny

ABSTRACT

This review covers single-molecule magnets, not only focussing on developments since 2005 but also including coverage of earlier work where necessary for understanding of recent results. The enormous growth of the area has led to an astonishing number of beautiful new molecules, and these structures are described. While work on 3d-single-molecule magnets has continued to create new materials for study, the major new path for exploration is studies of elements from other areas of the periodic table, particularly the 4f-elements. Here much higher energy barriers for magnetic relaxation are observed, and a much more varied chemistry is possible due to the high stability of the +3 oxidation state of the lanthanides. The chapter does not cover single ion magnets, which are reviewed elsewhere in this volume. More... »

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1-109

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