EPR of Spin Transitions in Complexes of Cu(hfac)2 with tert-Butylpyrazolylnitroxides View Full Text


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2011-08-28

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Matvey V. Fedin, Irina Yu. Drozdyuk, Evgeny V. Tretyakov, Svyatoslav E. Tolstikov, Victor I. Ovcharenko, Elena G. Bagryanskaya

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Polymer chain complexes [Cu(hfac)2LR]n exhibit thermally and light-induced magnetic anomalies in many aspects similar to a spin crossover. These compounds attracted significant attention in the field of molecular magnetism and have been extensively studied by electron paramagnetic resonance (EPR) during the last several years. All compounds studied so far were based on copper(II) ions bridged by pyrazolyl-substituted nitronylnitroxides. The present work reports the first EPR study of complexes of Cu(hfac)2 with tert-butylpyrazolylnitroxides—a new type of nitroxide ligand expected to modify exchange interaction pathways and physical properties of the crystals. The Q-band EPR spectra of three representative novel compounds are principally different from those studied previously, supporting the assumption that the magnetic motif of the compound has changed. Dominant intercluster exchange interactions are now found along the structural polymer chains. This complicates the EPR detection of phase transitions to some extent; however, theoretical modeling of the observed spectral changes allows for unambiguous assignment of different spin states and transitions between them. The magnitudes of intercluster exchange interaction were estimated to be ca. 0.1–1.5 cm−1 for the studied compounds. More... »

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383-392

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