Axial Elongation of Mononuclear Lanthanide Metallocenophanes: Magnetic Properties of Dysprosium‐ and Terbium‐Ruthenocenophane Complexes
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We report the first f-block-ruthenocenophane complexes 1 (Dy) and 2 (Tb) and provide a comparative discussion of their magnetic structure with respect to earlier reported ferrocenophane analogues. While axial elongation of the rare trigonal-prismatic geometry stabilizes the magnetic ground state in the case of Dy3+ and results in a larger barrier to magnetization reversal (U), a decrease in U is observed for the case of Tb3+ .
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Risica, G. M., Vieru, V., Wilkins, B. O., Latendresse, T. P., Reibenspies, J. H., Bhuvanesh, N. S., ... Nippe, M.