Giant clusters with unusual electronic and magnetic structures due to open shell metal centers embedded far apart from each other: Spin frustration and antisymmetric exchange

Gatteschi D, Sessoli R, Plass W, Müller A, Krickemeyer E, Meyer J, Solter D, Adler P (1996)
INORGANIC CHEMISTRY 35(7): 1926-1934.

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Gatteschi, D; Sessoli, R; Plass, W; Müller, AchimUniBi ; Krickemeyer, ErichUniBi; Meyer, Jochen; Solter, D; Adler, P
Abstract / Bemerkung
The magnetic properties of the compounds (NH4)(21)[{VO(H2O)}6{Mo(mu-H2O)(2)(mu-OH)Mo}(3){Mo-15 (MoNO)(2)O-58(H2O)(2)}(3)]. 65H(2)P, 1a, (NH(2)Me(2))(18)(NH4)(6)[{VO(H2O)}(6){Mo(mu-H2O)(2)(mu-O)Mo}(3){Mo-15(Mo NO)(2)O-58(H2O)(2)}(3)]. 14H(2)O, 1b, and Na-3(NH4)(12)[{Fe(H2O)(2)}(6){Mo(mu-H2O)(2)(mu-OH)Mo}(3) {Mo-15(MoNO)(2)O-58(H2O)(2)}(3)]. 76H(2)O, 2, have been investigated. 1a, 1b, and 2 contain giant cluster anions composed of three transferable Mo-17 ligands bridged by cationic centers which can be exchanged for other metal centers (this means that metal centers can be placed deliberately on the surface of large clusters serving as models for metal oxides). Six of these paramagnetic centers (V(IV) in 1a/1b and Fe(III) in 2) are arranged to form a trigonal prism. The analysis of the magnetic susceptibility data reveals an efficient exchange pathway between the centers located within the trigonal face of this prism mediated by the large and electronically unusual Mo-17 ligands. In the case of the vanadium(IV) compounds a remarkably strong antiferromagnetic coupling within the triangles (V ... V distances > 650 pm) is observed, ca. 190 cm(-1) for 1a and ca. 160 cm(-1) for 1b, with the Hamiltonian defined as (H) over cap = J Sigma(i
Erscheinungsjahr
1996
Zeitschriftentitel
INORGANIC CHEMISTRY
Band
35
Ausgabe
7
Seite(n)
1926-1934
ISSN
0020-1669
eISSN
1520-510X
Page URI
https://pub.uni-bielefeld.de/record/1639614

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Gatteschi D, Sessoli R, Plass W, et al. Giant clusters with unusual electronic and magnetic structures due to open shell metal centers embedded far apart from each other: Spin frustration and antisymmetric exchange. INORGANIC CHEMISTRY. 1996;35(7):1926-1934.
Gatteschi, D., Sessoli, R., Plass, W., Müller, A., Krickemeyer, E., Meyer, J., Solter, D., et al. (1996). Giant clusters with unusual electronic and magnetic structures due to open shell metal centers embedded far apart from each other: Spin frustration and antisymmetric exchange. INORGANIC CHEMISTRY, 35(7), 1926-1934. doi:10.1021/ic951085l
Gatteschi, D., Sessoli, R., Plass, W., Müller, A., Krickemeyer, E., Meyer, J., Solter, D., and Adler, P. (1996). Giant clusters with unusual electronic and magnetic structures due to open shell metal centers embedded far apart from each other: Spin frustration and antisymmetric exchange. INORGANIC CHEMISTRY 35, 1926-1934.
Gatteschi, D., et al., 1996. Giant clusters with unusual electronic and magnetic structures due to open shell metal centers embedded far apart from each other: Spin frustration and antisymmetric exchange. INORGANIC CHEMISTRY, 35(7), p 1926-1934.
D. Gatteschi, et al., “Giant clusters with unusual electronic and magnetic structures due to open shell metal centers embedded far apart from each other: Spin frustration and antisymmetric exchange”, INORGANIC CHEMISTRY, vol. 35, 1996, pp. 1926-1934.
Gatteschi, D., Sessoli, R., Plass, W., Müller, A., Krickemeyer, E., Meyer, J., Solter, D., Adler, P.: Giant clusters with unusual electronic and magnetic structures due to open shell metal centers embedded far apart from each other: Spin frustration and antisymmetric exchange. INORGANIC CHEMISTRY. 35, 1926-1934 (1996).
Gatteschi, D, Sessoli, R, Plass, W, Müller, Achim, Krickemeyer, Erich, Meyer, Jochen, Solter, D, and Adler, P. “Giant clusters with unusual electronic and magnetic structures due to open shell metal centers embedded far apart from each other: Spin frustration and antisymmetric exchange”. INORGANIC CHEMISTRY 35.7 (1996): 1926-1934.