Lanthanide Single Molecule Magnets

  title={Lanthanide Single Molecule Magnets},
  author={Jinkui Tang and Peng Zhang},
A Basis for Lanthanide Single Molecule Magnets.- Lanthanide Single Ion Molecule Magnets.- Dinuclear Lanthanide Single Molecule Magnets.- Single-molecule Toroics and Multinuclear Lanthanide Single Molecule Magnets.- Hydrazone-based Lanthanide Single Molecule Magnets.- Conclusion and Perspective. 
Lanthanide Clusters Toward Single-Molecule Magnets
Single-molecule magnets (SMMs) have attracted increasing attention for their potential applications in high-density information storage and quantum computing. Thereinto, polynuclear 4f complexes are
Lanthanide(III)-Based Single-Ion Magnets
The various requirements of lanthanide-based SIMs are discussed, including the complexes whose coordination numbers vary from 2 to 8, and the representative examples of organometallic Lanthanide complexes that can function as molecular magnets.
The rise of 3-d single-ion magnets in molecular magnetism: towards materials from molecules?
Single-molecule magnets (SMMs) that contain one spin centre (so-called single-ion magnets) theoretically represent the smallest possible unit for spin-based electronic devices. These molecules hold
Luminescence-Driven Electronic Structure Determination in a Textbook Dimeric Dy(III)-based Single Molecule Magnet.
A textbook dysprosium dinuclear complex based on acethylacetonate ligands, [Dy2(acAC)4(µ2-acac)2(H2O)2] has been synthesized and fully characterized and shows well-resolved solid-state luminescence and behaves as a Single Molecule Magnet under zero DC field.
Perspectives on Neutron Scattering in Lanthanide-Based Single-Molecule Magnets and a Case Study of the Tb2(μ-N2) System
Single-molecule magnets (SMMs) based on lanthanide ions display the largest known blocking temperatures and are the best candidates for molecular magnetic devices. Understanding their physical
Co(II) single-ion magnets: synthesis, structure, and magnetic properties
Magnetoactive coordination compounds exhibiting bi- or multistability between two or more magnetic stable states present an attractive example of molecular switches. Currently, the research is
Solid-State Near-Infrared Circularly Polarized Luminescence from Chiral YbIII-Single-Molecule Magnet.
A field-induced chiral Yb III Single-Molecule Magnet (SMM) displayed an unprecedented near-infrared circularly polarized luminescence (NIR-CPL) in solid-state. The bridging
Role of Ab Initio Calculations in the Design and Development of Lanthanide Based Single Molecule Magnets
In this book chapter, we have reviewed recent trends in employing ab initio calculations based on complete active space self-consistent field (CASSCF)/restricted active space spin interaction with


Hydrazone-Based Lanthanide Single-Molecule Magnets
To date, a great number of lanthanide SMMs have been reported through applying rigid mixed-donor hydrazone ligands which can be modified very easily by altering the hydrazide or aldehyde parts. This
195 6.1 New Type of Lanthanide SMM-Dy n Sc 3−n N@C 80 (n = 1, 2, 3) . . . . 196 6.2 The Organization of SMMs on Surfaces
    116 3.4.1 Carboxylato-Bridged Dy 2 SMMs
      168 5.2 Two Model Complexes for Two-Step Relaxation
        92 3.2 The Coupling of Two SIMMs
          132 4.1.3 Cyclic Dy 4 and Dy 6 SMT Systems