Spotting trends: Upon going from TbIII to YbIII centers in the complexes of the DOTA4− ligand, a reorientation of the easy axis of magnetization from perpendicular to parallel to the Ln[BOND]O bond of the apical water molecule is experimentally observed and theoretically predicted (see picture; SMM=single-molecule magnet). Only ions with an odd number of electrons show slow relaxation of the magnetization.

Magnetic Anisotropy and Spin Parity Effect Along the Series of Lanthanide Complexes with DOTA / Marie-Emmanuelle Boulon;Giuseppe Cucinotta;Javier Luzon;Chiara Degl'Innocenti;Mauro Perfetti;Kevin Bernot;Guillaume Calvez;Andrea Caneschi;Roberta Sessoli. - In: ANGEWANDTE CHEMIE. INTERNATIONAL EDITION. - ISSN 1433-7851. - STAMPA. - 52:(2013), pp. 350-354. [10.1002/anie.201205938]

Magnetic Anisotropy and Spin Parity Effect Along the Series of Lanthanide Complexes with DOTA

BOULON, MARIE-EMMANUELLE;CUCINOTTA, GIUSEPPE;PERFETTI, MAURO;CANESCHI, ANDREA;SESSOLI, ROBERTA
2013

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Spotting trends: Upon going from TbIII to YbIII centers in the complexes of the DOTA4− ligand, a reorientation of the easy axis of magnetization from perpendicular to parallel to the Ln[BOND]O bond of the apical water molecule is experimentally observed and theoretically predicted (see picture; SMM=single-molecule magnet). Only ions with an odd number of electrons show slow relaxation of the magnetization.
2013
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350
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Marie-Emmanuelle Boulon;Giuseppe Cucinotta;Javier Luzon;Chiara Degl'Innocenti;Mauro Perfetti;Kevin Bernot;Guillaume Calvez;Andrea Caneschi;Roberta Sessoli
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