Thermal Magnetic Hysteresis in a Copper–Gadolinium–Radical Chain Compound
datasetposted on 25.02.2016 by Mei Zhu, Cun Li, Xiufeng Wang, Licun Li, Jean-Pascal Sutter
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Magnetic bistability spanning over a temperature domain of 40 K can result from a small structural deformation of the gadolinium aminoxyl coordination. This is illustrated for a nitronyl nitroxide 3d–4f chain, [Ln(hfac)3Cu(hfac)2(NIT-Pyrim)2] (LnIII = Gd, Dy), which is the first example of a bistable lanthanide-based complex.