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An Experimental and Theoretical Investigation on Pentacoordinated Cobalt(III) Complexes with an Intermediate S=1 Spin State: How Halide Ligands Affect their Magnetic Anisotropy

Magnetic Anisotropy |Hot Paper|
An Experimental and Theoretical Investigation on Pentacoordinated Cobalt(III) Complexes with an Intermediate S=1 Spin State: How Halide Ligands Affect their Magnetic Anisotropy
Deborah Brazzolotto,[a] Marcello Gennari,[a] Shengying Yu,[a] Jacques Pÿcaut,[b] Mathieu Rouziõres,[c, d] Rodolphe Clÿrac,[c, d] Maylis Orio,*[e] and Carole Duboc*[a]
DOI: 10.1002/chem.201502997 

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Nature Physics - A study on the interaction between chirality and magnetism

Published on-line on Nature Physics (on-paper in the first issue of 2015) a study on the interaction between chirality and magnetism performed by the teams lead by Roberta Sessoli from the Università degli Studi di Firenze and INSTM, Italy, and by Andrei Rogalev from European Synchrotron Radiation Facility (ESRF), Grenoble, France.

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Magnetic behaviour of TbPc2 single-molecule magnets chemically grafted on ​silicon surface

 
Nature Communications publishes the results obtained by a group of researchers from two EIMM partners. Three research units of the Italian Consorzio INSTM (Catania, Firenze, Modena) coordinated by Matteo Mannini and two research units from the French partner (UPMC in Paris and SOLEIL in Orsay).
 

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Electric field controls nuclear spin

Electric field controls nuclear spin
Technology Update
Belle Dumé 

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A robust building block ...

Magnetic Modules DOI: 10.1002/anie.201309981

[ReF6]2!: A RobustModule for the Design of Molecule-Based Magnetic Materials**

Kasper S. Pedersen,* Marc Sigrist, Mikkel A. Sørensen, Anne-Laure Barra, Thomas Weyherm!ller, Stergios Piligkos, Christian Aa. Thuesen, Morten G. Vinum, Hannu Mutka, Høgni Weihe, Rodolphe Clérac,* and Jesper Bendix*

Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 2014, 53, 1351 –1354

DOI: 10.1002/anie.201309981

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A proton ballet through a molecular solid

 

Movement of water and protons, including transport in confined spaces, is of considerable importance in a number of key areas of science and technology. Water transport can be observed in diverse media from solids such as zeolites, through spongy clays, to living cells, and in various contexts such as molecular storage materials, catalysis, and soil science. Proton migration, which is often related to water transport, is of current interest in energy applications, while water transport in biology is of special importance, especially in cell membranes in which sophisticated structures permit the passage of water while blocking ion transport.

 

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A Ring of Rings and Other Multicomponent Assemblies of Cages

George F. S. Whitehead, Dr. Fabrizio Moro, Dr. Grigore A. Timco, Dr. Wolfgang Wernsdorfer, Dr. Simon J. Teat, Prof. Dr. Richard E. P. Winpenny,
Angewandte Chemie International Edition 
Volume 52, Issue 38, pages 9932–9935, September 16, 2013

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Molecular actuators driven by cooperative spin-state switching

Helena J. Shepherd, Il’ya A. Gural’skiy, Carlos M. Quintero, Simon Tricard, Lionel Salmon, Gábor Molnár & Azzedine Bousseksou

Nature Communications 4, Article number: 2607 doi:10.1038/ncomms3607

 

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An electrostatic model for the determination of magnetic anisotropy in dysprosium complexes


Nicholas F. Chilton, David Collison, Eric J.L. McInnes, Richard E.P. Winpenny & Alessandro Soncini
NATURE COMMUNICATIONS | 4:2551 | DOI: 10.1038/ncomms3551 |www.nature.com/naturecommunications

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Dynamic control of magnetic nanowires by light-induced domain-wall kickoffs

Eric Heintze, Fadi El Hallak, Conrad Clauß, Angelo Rettori, Maria Gloria Pini, Federico Totti, Martin Dressel & Lapo BoganiNature Materials 12, 202–206 (2013) doi:10.1038/nmat3498

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