Thermally controlling the singlet-triplet energy gap of a diradical in the solid state.

Abstract

Diradicals, molecules with two unpaired electrons, are reactive intermediates that play an important role in many fields. Their defining feature is the energy difference between their singlet and triplet states, which provides direct information on the extent of their electron exchange interactions. Such knowledge is essential for understanding their… (More)

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