Macrocyclic ligand encapsulating dysprosium triangles: axial ligands perturbed magnetic dynamics.

@article{Lin2012MacrocyclicLE,
  title={Macrocyclic ligand encapsulating dysprosium triangles: axial ligands perturbed magnetic dynamics.},
  author={Shuang-Yan Lin and Yun-Nan Guo and Yang Guo and Lang Zhao and Peng Zhang and Hongshan Ke and Jinkui Tang},
  journal={Chemical communications},
  year={2012},
  volume={48 55},
  pages={
          6924-6
        }
}
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 altering the axial ligands. 
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