PhB(MesIm)3?: Spin Crossover in a Four-Coordinate Iron(II) Complex

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Abstract

Spin crossover complexes are characterized by the ability of a transition metal center to undergo a change in electronic configuration in response to external inputs such as heat, light, pressure or changes in magnetic field. Spin crossover is one of the oldest molecular switching phenomena known, and perhaps the most vital, considering its central role in haemoglobin-based respiration.

Keywords

Spin State High Spin State Spin Transition Spin Crossover Transition Metal Center 
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Acknowledgments

Text, schemes, and figures of this chapter, in part, are reprints of the materials published in Scepaniak et al. [16]. The dissertation author was the tertiary researcher and author. The co-authors listed in the publication also participated in the research. The permission to reproduce the paper was granted by the American Chemical Society. Copyright 2011, American Chemical Society.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Department of Chemistry and Pharmacy, Inorganic ChemistryFriedrich-Alexander-University Erlangen-NurembergErlangenGermany

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