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Magnetic studies of metal ion coordination clusters encapsulated with thiacalixarene

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posted on 2023-05-20, 08:04 authored by Rebecca FullerRebecca Fuller, Livesey, KL, Woodward, RC, McKinley, AJ, Skelton, BW, Koutsantonis, GA
Three thiacalix[4]arene polynuclear complexes have been prepared by literature methods for detailed magnetic investigation. The [Fe3O(L)2] (LH4 = thiacalix[4]arene) complex is found to exhibit interesting anti-ferromagnetic exchange coupling. Jahn–Teller distortion in [Cu4(L)2] complex leads to strong anti-ferromagnetic coupling at low temperatures. The temperature-dependent susceptibility of the [(μ-H2O)Eu2(LH)2(DMF)4] complex is well described by a ground state involving the thermal population of the lowest three excited states.

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Publication title

Australian Journal of Chemistry

Volume

67

Issue

11

Pagination

1588-1594

ISSN

0004-9425

Department/School

School of Natural Sciences

Publisher

C S I R O Publishing

Place of publication

150 Oxford St, Po Box 1139, Collingwood, Australia, Victoria, 3066

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Copyright CSIRO 2014

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