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Single-molecule magnet behavior in luminescent carbazolyl Dy(iii) octahedral complexes with a quasi linear N-Dy-N angle.

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Summary of "Single-molecule magnet behavior in luminescent carbazolyl Dy(iii) octahedral complexes with a quasi linear N-Dy-N angle."

We report the synthesis, photoluminescence and magnetic properties of two octahedral dysprosium complexes [DyR2(py)4][BPh4]·2py (1) and [DyR2(THF)4][BPh4] (2) (R = carbazolyl, py = pyridine, THF = tetrahydrofuran) exhibiting a quasi linear N-Dy-N angle in the axial direction, suitable for providing a coordination environment allowing the zero-field slow relaxation of magnetization.

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Name: Dalton transactions (Cambridge, England : 2003)
ISSN: 1477-9234
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