Two edge-sharing MnII4MnIII6 supertetrahedra give an anisotropic S = 28 +/- 1 MnII6MnIII11 complex.

Abstract

A complex with a [Mn(II)(6)Mn(III)(11)] core results via formal fusion of two isotropic Mn(II)(4)Mn(III)(6) supertetrahedra along a common edge leading to a high spin ground state anisotropic system showing Mvs. H hysteresis loops below 1 K.

DOI: 10.1039/b820818m

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@article{Nayak2009TwoEM, title={Two edge-sharing MnII4MnIII6 supertetrahedra give an anisotropic S = 28 +/- 1 MnII6MnIII11 complex.}, author={Sanjit Nayak and Lianne M C Beltran and Yanhua Lan and Rodolphe Cl{\'e}rac and Nigel G R Hearns and Wolfgang Wernsdorfer and Christopher E. Anson and Annie K Powell}, journal={Dalton transactions}, year={2009}, volume={11}, pages={1901-3} }