The [Dy(tta)3(L)] complex behaves as a single ion magnet both in its crystalline phase and in solution. Experimental and theoretical magnetic anisotropy axes perfectly match and lie along the most electro-negative atoms of the coordination sphere. Both VSM and MCD measurements highlight the robustness of the complex, with persistence of the memory effect… (More)
A one-dimensional compound has been constructed through a Yb III ion and bridging redox-active deprotonated 4,5-bis(carboxylic)-4 1 ,5 1-methyldithiotetrathiafulvene. This polymer displays slow magnetic relaxation due to the planar magnetic anisotropy of the Yb III , which has been experimentally determined.
The reaction between the