Redox-controlled magnetic {Mn13} Keggin systems.

@article{Newton2011RedoxcontrolledM,
  title={Redox-controlled magnetic \{Mn13\} Keggin systems.},
  author={Graham N Newton and Satoshi Yamashita and Koen Hasumi and Junzo Matsuno and Norifumi Yoshida and Masayuki Nihei and Takuya Shiga and Motohiro Nakano and Hiroyuki Nojiri and Wolfgang Wernsdorfer and H Hiroki Oshio},
  journal={Angewandte Chemie},
  year={2011},
  volume={50 25},
  pages={5716-20}
}
Polyoxometalates (POMs) have been widely reported in recent years. These molecular metal oxides, or polyanions, are most commonly constructed of tungsten, molybdenum, or vanadium ions in their highest oxidation state, bridged by oxide ligands to form clusters which can range in size from low-nuclearity building blocks to large-scale protein-like superstructures. An archetypical POM structural motif is the {XM12O40} n species (X = P, Si...) known as the Keggin anion and Keggin structures have… CONTINUE READING