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Reversible switching from antiferro- to ferromagnetic behavior by solvent-mediated, thermally-induced phase transitions in a trimorphic MOF-based magnetic sponge system.
The dihydrate phase shows antiferromagnetic exchange interactions, whereas ferromagnetic properties are observed for the trimorphic anhydrate system, and investigations of its thermal properties by in situ temperature-dependent synchrotron-based powder diffraction experiments have shown interesting phase transitions upon heating in a helium stream. Expand
Metal-Organic Frameworks as Platforms for the Controlled Nanostructuring of Single-Molecule Magnets.
The incorporated SMMs exhibit a significantly enhanced thermal stability with SMM loading advantageously occurring at the periphery of the bulk MOF crystals with only a single SMM molecule isolated in the transverse direction of the pores. Expand
Evaluation of Metal-Organic Frameworks and Porous Polymer Networks for CO2 -Capture Applications.
By running seven different carbon-capture scenarios in which the initial flue-gas composition and process temperature was systematically changed, this manuscript presents a range of performances for each material and quantifies how sensitive each is to these varying parameters. Expand
Three New Iron(II) Thiocyanato Coordination Polymers Based on 4,4′‐Bipyridine as Ligand and the Influence of Methanol on Their Structures
Reaction of iron(II) thiocyanate with 4,4-bipyridine (bipy) in methanol leads to the formation of three new solvates of different composition depending on the reaction conditions: At room temperatureExpand
Low-energy selective capture of carbon dioxide by a pre-designed elastic single-molecule trap.
Easy activation of the water-stable metal-organic framework PCN-200 provides a new route to low-energy selective CO(2) capture through stimuli-responsive adsorption behavior and was confirmed by single-component and binary gas-adsorption isotherms and crystallographic determination. Expand
Coexistence of metamagnetism and slow relaxation of the magnetization in a cobalt thiocyanate 2D coordination network.
This research has developed an alternative method for the synthesis of compounds that show cooperative magnetic interactions and found that a large number of different compounds can be prepared by this route and that the dimensionality of the networks can easily be adjusted. Expand
Metamagnetism and single-chain magnetic behavior in a homospin one-dimensional iron(II) coordination polymer.
In this compound metamagnetism and single-chain magnetic behavior coexist and an unexpected magnetic behavior is found, which to the best of the authors' knowledge was never observed before for a iron(II) homospin compound. Expand
A new design strategy to access zwitterionic metal-organic frameworks from anionic viologen derivates.
Rec repeating cycles of reversible color changes are observed in air upon irradiation with UV light attributed to the formation of viologen radicals via an intermolecular electron transfer. Expand
Coordination polymer changing its magnetic properties and colour by thermal decomposition: synthesis, structure and properties of new thiocyanato iron(II) coordination polymers based on
A new polymorphic metastable modification 1II of the pristine precursor compound 1I was obtained and characterized by single crystal X-ray determination. Expand
Synthesis, Crystal Structure, and Thermal and Magnetic Properties of New Transition Metal–Pyrazine Coordination Polymers
The reaction of nickel thiocyanate with pyrazine in a 1:2 ratio leads to the new ligand-rich 1:2 (ratio metal/ligand) compound [Ni(SCN)2(pyrazine)2]n (1), in which the metal atoms are coordinated byExpand