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Polyfunctional Photochromic Magnetic Materials Based on 3D Metal (Tris) Oxalates

  • Sergey M. Aldoshin
  • Nataliya A. Sanina
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Abstract

In the present chapter theoretical and experimental approaches have been described to the design of compounds, which combine in the same molecule both photochemical activity and magnetism and can be the basis for creation of materials with desired properties and functions, including highly pure composites and nanomaterials. The data on synthesis, structure, and investigation of magnetic properties of para- and ferromagnetic (tris)oxalate complexes of 3D metals with various organic photochromic cations have been presented, as well as their arrangement in ordered nanostructures and polymeric composites.

Keywords

Polyfunctional compounds (Tris)oxalates Salts of spiropyrans Chromenes Dihetarylethenes Highly branched polymers Nanostructures Synthesis X-ray analysis UV spectroscopy Femtosecond spectroscopy Electron paramagnetic resonance SQUID magnetometry 

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Acknowledgements

We are indebted to our co-authors, the colleagues who have been involved in the research work described here. We would like to gratefully acknowledge the support from the Program of Presidium of RAS “Bases of fundamental research of nanotechnologies and nanomaterials” and Federal Agency of Scientific Organizations (State registration N 0089-2014-0026).

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Institute of Problems of Chemical PhysicsChernogolovkaRussian Federation

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