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The magnetic bistability present in some molecule-based magnets is investigated theoretically at the microscopic level using the purely organic system TTTA (1,3,5-trithia-2,4,6-triazapentalenyl). The TTTA crystal is selected for being one of the best-studied molecule-based systems presenting magnetic bistability. The magnetic properties of the high- and… (More)
A series of liquid-crystalline materials based on 4-substituted cyanobiphenyls, RC(6)H(4)C(6)H(4)CN (R = C(5)H(11), C(6)H(13), C(7)H(15), C(8)H(17) and C(12)H(25), commonly referred to as 5CB, 6CB, 7CB, 8CB and 12CB, respectively) were functionalised to give the corresponding dithiadiazolyl organic radicals RC(6)H(4)C(6)H(4)CNSSN(*) (compounds 1(*), 2(*),… (More)
The title dithiadiazolyl radical, F3CC6H3FCNSSN (1) forms inclusion structures with small molecules (such as N2, CO2, Ar and SO2) when sublimed under partial atmospheres of the guest.
The sterically protected dithiadiazolyl radical (F3C)3C6H2CNSSN. (1) crystallises in two polymorphs: 1alpha, comprised of monomeric units and 1beta, containing a mixture of both pi*-pi* dimers and S = (1/2) monomers; whilst both polymorphs exhibit similar structure-directing motifs, the variation in packing leads to different magnetic behaviour.