Tu Nguyen Nguyen

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The reaction between 3-phenyl-1,5-bis(pyridin-2-yl)pentane-1,5-dione dioxime (pdpdH(2)) and triangular [Mn(III)(3)O(O(2)CMe)(py)(3)](ClO(4)) (1) affords [Mn(12)O(4)(O(2)CMe)(12)(pdpd)(6))](ClO(4))(4) (3). Complex 3 has a rectangular shape and consists of four [Mn(III)(3)O](7+) triangular units linked covalently by the dioximate ligands into a supramolecular(More)
[Mn3O(O2CMe)3(dpd)3/2)]2(I3)2 has been obtained from the reaction of 1,3-di(pyridin-2-yl)propane-1,3-dione dioxime (dpdH2) with triangular [Mn(III)3O(O2CMe)(py)3](ClO4). It comprises two [Mn(III)3O](7+) triangular units linked covalently by three dioximate ligands into a [Mn3]2 dimer. Solid state dc and ac magnetic susceptibility measurements reveal that(More)
[Mn3]2 and [Mn3]4 supramolecular aggregates of weakly exchange-coupled Mn(III)3 single-molecule magnets (SMMs) with S = 6 have been prepared by carboxylate substitution on [Mn3O(O2CMe)3(mpko)3](+) [mpkoH = methyl(pyridine-2-yl) ketone oxime)] with the dicarboxylic acids α-truxillic acid and fumaric acid, respectively. The method opens up a new approach to(More)
Luminescent lanthanide(III)-based molecular scaffolds hold great promises for materials science and for biological applications. Their fascinating photophysical properties enable spectral discrimination of emission bands that range from the visible to the near-infrared (NIR) regions. In addition, their strong resistance to photobleaching makes them suitable(More)
Sensitive detection of cell necrosis is crucial for the determination of cell viability. Because of its high resolution at the cellular level and sensitivity, optical imaging is highly attractive for identifying cell necrosis. However, challenges associated with this technique remain present such as the rapid photobleaching of several types of organic(More)
The first use of N-salicylidene-o-aminophenol in 3d/4f chemistry has led to Mn(III)(4)Dy(III)(5) and Mn(III)(4)Dy(III)(3) clusters with unprecedented metal topologies and stoichiometries; both compounds exhibit out-of-phase signals indicative of the slow magnetization relaxation of a single-molecule magnet.
The employment of 2-pyrrolyloximes in high-nuclearity transition-metal cluster chemistry has provided access to unprecedented decanuclear and dodecanuclear Fe(III) cagelike clusters bearing the anion of pyrrole-2-carboxaldehyde oxime (praoH(2)), the simplest member of this new family of ligands; the identity of the products depends on the nature of the(More)
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