The azido ligand: a useful tool in designing chain compounds exhibiting alternating ferro- and antiferro-magnetic interactions

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1997
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Viau, Guillaume
Lombardi, Maria Grazia
De Munno, Giovanni
Julve Olcina, Miguel
Lloret Pastor, Francisco
Faus, Juan
Caneschi, Andrea
Clemente Juan, Juan Modesto
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A one-pot reaction of NiII 1, CoII 2, FeII 3 and MnII 4 with 2,2A-bipyridine (bipy) and azide in water leads to [M(bipy)(N3)2]n chains where the metal ion is alternatively bridged by double end-on (EO) and end-to-end (EE) azido bridges; theoretical analysis of the variable-temperature magnetic susceptibility data of 1 and 4 reveals the occurrence of intrachain alternating ferro- (through EO) and antiferro-magnetic (through EE) interactions.
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Azido ligand ; Ferro-magnetic ; Antiferro-magnetic ; Bipyrine
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VIAU, Guillaume ; Lombardi, Maria Grazia ; De Munno, Giovanni ; Julve Olcina, Miguel ; Lloret Pastor, Francisco ; Faus, Juan ; Caneschi, Andrea ; Clemente Juan, Juan Modesto, 1997, The azido ligand: a useful tool in designing chain compounds exhibiting alternating ferro- and antiferro-magnetic interactions, Chemical communications, vol. 1997, p. 1195-1196
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