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|Title:||A large spin-crossover [Fe4L4]8+ tetrahedral cage|
|Keywords:||Spin glass state|
|Publisher:||Royal Society of Chemistry|
|Citation:||Li, L., Saigo, N., Zhang, Y., Fanna, D. J., Shepherd, N. D., Clegg, J. K., Zheng, R., Hayami, S., Lindoy, L. F., Aldrich-Wright, J. R., Li, C. G., Reynolds, J. S., Harman, D. G. & Li, F. (2015). A large spin-crossover [Fe 4 L 4] 8+ tetrahedral cage. Journal of Materials Chemistry C, 3(30), 7878-7882. doi:10.1039/C5TC00991J|
|Abstract:||AbstractA large discrete face-capped tetranuclear iron(II) cage, [Fe4L4](BF4)8·n(solvent), was synthesised via metal-ion directed self-assembly. The cage is formed from a rigid tritopic ligand that incorporates chelating imidazole-imine functional groups. The cage displays temperature induced spin-crossover and LIESST effects and is amongst the largest iron(II) tetrahedral cages with such properties reported. The synthesis, structure and magnetic properties of this new metallo-cage are presented. © 2015 The Royal Society of Chemistry|
|Gov't Doc #:||9077|
|Appears in Collections:||Journal Articles|
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