Magnetic Properties of a Terbium-[1]Ferrocenophane Complex: Analogies between Lanthanide-Ferrocenophane and Lanthanide-Bis-phthalocyanine Complexes.

Author(s) Latendresse, T.P.; Vieru, V.; Wilkins, B.O.; Bhuvanesh, N.S.; Chibotaru, L.F.; Nippe, M.
Journal Angew Chem Int Ed Engl
Date Published 2018 Jul 02
Abstract

A rare example of an organometallic terbium single-ion magnet is reported. A Tb -[1]ferrocenophane complex displays a larger barrier to magnetization reversal than its isostructural Dy analogue, which is reminiscent of trends observed for lanthanide-bis-phthalocyanine complexes. Detailed ab initio calculations support the experimental observations and suggest a significantly larger ground-state stabilization for the non-Kramers ion Tb in the Tb complex than for the Kramers-ion Dy in the Dy complex.

DOI 10.1002/anie.201804075
ISSN 1521-3773
Citation Latendresse TP, Vieru V, Wilkins BO, Bhuvanesh NS, Chibotaru LF, Nippe M. Magnetic Properties of a Terbium-[1]Ferrocenophane Complex: Analogies between Lanthanide-Ferrocenophane and Lanthanide-Bis-phthalocyanine Complexes. Angew Chem Int Ed Engl. 2018;57(27):8164-8169.

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