Magnetic coupling in a hybrid Mn(II) acetylene dicarboxylate

Christopher H. Hendon, Fabienne Pradaux-Caggiano, Lauren E. Hatcher, William J. Gee, Chick C. Wilson, Keith T. Butler, David R. Carbery, Aron Walsh, Brent C. Melot

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Abstract

The design of ligands that mediate through-bond long range super-exchange in metal-organic hybrid materials would expand chemical space beyond the commonly observed short range, low temperature magnetic ordering. Here we examine acetylene dicarboxylate as a potential ligand that could install long range magnetic ordering due to its spatially continuous frontier orbitals. Using a known Mn(II)-containing coordination polymer we compute and measure the electronic structure and magnetic ordering. In this case, the latter is weak owing to the sub-optimal ligand coordination geometry, with a critical temperature of 2.5 K.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)33329-33334
Number of pages6
JournalPhysical Chemistry Chemical Physics
Volume18
Issue number48
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2016 Jan 1

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Hendon, C. H., Pradaux-Caggiano, F., Hatcher, L. E., Gee, W. J., Wilson, C. C., Butler, K. T., ... Melot, B. C. (2016). Magnetic coupling in a hybrid Mn(II) acetylene dicarboxylate. Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, 18(48), 33329-33334. https://doi.org/10.1039/C6CP06886C
Hendon, Christopher H. ; Pradaux-Caggiano, Fabienne ; Hatcher, Lauren E. ; Gee, William J. ; Wilson, Chick C. ; Butler, Keith T. ; Carbery, David R. ; Walsh, Aron ; Melot, Brent C. / Magnetic coupling in a hybrid Mn(II) acetylene dicarboxylate. In: Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics. 2016 ; Vol. 18, No. 48. pp. 33329-33334.
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Magnetic coupling in a hybrid Mn(II) acetylene dicarboxylate. / Hendon, Christopher H.; Pradaux-Caggiano, Fabienne; Hatcher, Lauren E.; Gee, William J.; Wilson, Chick C.; Butler, Keith T.; Carbery, David R.; Walsh, Aron; Melot, Brent C.

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Hendon CH, Pradaux-Caggiano F, Hatcher LE, Gee WJ, Wilson CC, Butler KT et al. Magnetic coupling in a hybrid Mn(II) acetylene dicarboxylate. Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics. 2016 Jan 1;18(48):33329-33334. https://doi.org/10.1039/C6CP06886C