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Lanthanide Single Molecule Magnets
A Basis for Lanthanide Single Molecule Magnets.- Lanthanide Single Ion Molecule Magnets.- Dinuclear Lanthanide Single Molecule Magnets.- Single-molecule Toroics and Multinuclear Lanthanide Single
Equatorially coordinated lanthanide single ion magnets.
The three-coordinate Er-based complex is the first equatorially coordinated mononuclear Er- based single-molecule magnet (SMM) corroborating that simple models can effectively direct the design of target SMMs incorporating 4f-elements.
Modulating magnetic dynamics of Dy2 system through the coordination geometry and magnetic interaction.
The comparison of the structural parameters among the similar Dy2 SMMs with hula hoop-like geometry reveals the significant role played by coordination geometry and magnetic interaction in modulating the relaxation dynamics of SMMs.
Tetranuclear [MDy]2 compounds and their dinuclear [MDy] (M = Zn/Cu) building units: their assembly, structures, and magnetic properties.
The result suggests the positive effects of coupling blocking units to enhance their SMM behavior, presenting a promising strategy for constructing efficient heterometallic SMMs.
Macrocyclic ligand encapsulating dysprosium triangles: axial ligands perturbed magnetic dynamics.
Two Dy(3) triangles encapsulated inside the cavity of a macrocycle ligand have been successfully synthesized, providing a unique opportunity to probe the relaxation dynamics of the complexes by
Lanthanide single molecule magnets: progress and perspective.
The last few years have seen a huge renaissance in the study of single molecule magnets (SMMs) thanks to the extensive applications of lanthanide ions with large inherent anisotropy in molecular
Two new Dy3 triangles with trinuclear circular helicates and their single-molecule magnet behavior.
Self-assembly of polydentate Schiff base 2,6-diformyl-4-methylphenol di(benzoy1hydrazone) (H(3)L), with dysprosium thiocyanate and sodium azide, affords two novel trinuclear triangular circular helicate dysProsium(III) complexes, revealing multiple relaxation processes and the onset of slow magnetization relaxation occur for complex 1 and 2.