Modulating magnetic dynamics of Dy2 system through the coordination geometry and magnetic interaction.

  title={Modulating magnetic dynamics of Dy2 system through the coordination geometry and magnetic interaction.},
  author={Peng Zhang and Li Zhang and Shuang-Yan Lin and Shufang Xue and Jinkui Tang},
  journal={Inorganic chemistry},
  volume={52 8},
Two new dinuclear dysprosium compounds, [Dy2(HL1)2(PhCOO)2(CH3OH)2] (1) and [Dy2(L2)2(NO3)2(CH3OH)2]·2CH3OH·4H2O (2), have been assembled through applying two ligands with different coordination pockets. The different features of ligands H3L1 and H2L2 result in the distinct coordination geometry of the metal ions in their respective structures. The Dy ions of complexes 1 and 2 were linked by the alkoxide- and hydrazone-O, and display the hula hoop-like and the broken hula hoop-like coordination… 

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