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Structural-magnetic correlations on the first dinuclear spin crossover d4 system.

Goeta, A. E. and Howard, J. A. K. and Hughes, A. K. and O'Hare, D. and Copley, R. C. B. (2007) 'Structural-magnetic correlations on the first dinuclear spin crossover d4 system.', Journal of materials chemistry., 17 (5). pp. 485-492.


The triple decker dinuclear Cr(II) salt [(5-C5Me5)Cr(µ2:5-P5)Cr(5-C5Me5)]+ (SbF6)– has been structurally characterised by multiple temperature X-ray diffraction experiments from 290 K to 12 K. This material shows changes in its structural features which correlate with its magnetic response, including a structural transition with a change of symmetry from the orthorhombic space group Fddd to the monoclinic I2/a at 160 K and an abrupt rearrangement of electron density at 23 K.

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