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Chemically induced longitudinal contraction of the square-antiprism coordination polyhedron of a peripherically substituted bis(phthalocyaninato)dysprosiumate(III), a dysprosium-based single-4f-ionic single-molecule magnet having a J z = +/- (13)/ 2 Kramers doublet ground state, resulted in drastic changes in dynamical magnetism including a doubling of the(More)
The effect of crystallite size on Li-ion insertion in electrode materials is of great interest recently because of the need for nanoelectrodes in higher-power Li-ion rechargeable batteries. We present a systematic study of the effect of size on the electrochemical properties of LiMn(2)O(4). Accurate size control of nanocrystalline LiMn(2)O(4), which is(More)
Phase separation and transformation induced by electrochemical ion insertion are key processes in achieving efficient energy storage. Exploration of novel insertion electrode materials/reactions is particularly important to unravel the atomic/molecular-level mechanism and improve the electrochemical properties. Here, we report the unconventional phase(More)
The cerebellum, although traditionally considered a motor structure, has been increasingly recognized to play a role in regulating executive function, the dysfunction of which is a factor in attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). Additionally, catechol-O-methyltransferase (COMT) polymorphism has been reported to be associated with executive(More)
Coordination polymers have significant potential for new functionality paradigms due to the intrinsic tunability of both their electronic and structural properties. In particular, octacyanometallate-bridged coordination polymers have the extended structural and magnetic diversity to achieve novel functionalities. We demonstrate that(More)
Prussian blue analogues (PBAs) have recently been proposed as electrode materials for low-cost, long-cycle-life, and high-power batteries. However, high-capacity bimetallic examples show poor cycle stability due to surface instabilities of the reduced states. The present work demonstrates that, relative to single-component materials, higher capacity and(More)
Magnetic coordination polymers can exhibit controllable magnetism by introducing responsiveness to external stimuli. This report describes the precise control of magnetism of a cyanide-bridged bimetallic coordination polymer (Prussian blue analogue: PBA) through use of an electrochemical quantitative Li ion titration technique, i.e., the galvanostatic(More)
When composers and arrangers compose music, they depend not only on their sense, but also on music theory. Therefore, there is possibility of automatic composition and automatic arrangement by computers. Some studies on automatic composition using computers have been studied continuously for 50 years. For example, an automatic music composition based on(More)
We combine Mn L2,3-edge X-ray absorption, high resolution Mn 2p-3d-2p resonant X-ray emission, and configuration-interaction full-multiplet (CIFM) calculation to analyze the electronic structure of Mn-based Prussian blue analogue. We clarified the Mn 3d energy diagram for the Mn(2+) low-spin state separately from that of the Mn(2+) high-spin state by tuning(More)