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Correlating Mechanical Sensitivity with Spin Transition in the Explosive Spin Crossover Complex Fe(Htrz)ClO.

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Summary of "Correlating Mechanical Sensitivity with Spin Transition in the Explosive Spin Crossover Complex Fe(Htrz)ClO."

Spin crossover complexes are known to undergo bond length, volume and enthalpy changes during spin transition. In an explosive spin crossover complex, these changes could affect the mechanical and initiation sensitivity of the explosive and lead to the development of a new class of sensitivity switchable materials. To explore this relationship, the well-known spin crossover compound [Fe(Htrz)][ClO] () was re-evaluated for its explosive properties and its mechanical impact sensitivity was correlated to spin transition. A variable temperature impact test was developed and used to evaluate the impact sensitivity of in the low spin (LS, S=0), and thermally accessed high spin (HS, S=2) and mixed LS and HS states. For comparison, the structurally similar Ni compound, [Ni(Htrz)][ClO] (), that does not undergo a spin transition at accessible temperatures, was synthesized and characterized and its explosive properties and variable temperature impact sensitivity measured. These results reveal a correlation between impact sensitivity and spin transition, where exhibits lower impact sensitivity in the LS state and increases in sensitivity upon transition to the HS state. Density functional theory was used to predict structural changes that occur upon spin transition that correlate to the change in sensitivity. This demonstrates, for the first time, an explosive spin crossover compound (ExSCO) that exhibits switchable impact sensitivity with a fully reversible internal switching mechanism.

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Name: Journal of the American Chemical Society
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