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Two-Step Spin-Crossover and Photo-Induced Spin-Crossover Ferromagnetism in Fe2II[NbIV(CN)8](4-Methylpyridine)8 · 2H2O

  • Kenta ImotoEmail author
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Abstract

In Chap.  2, photo-induced spin-crossover magnetism is demonstrated in iron-ocatacyanoniobate-based three-dimensional spin-crossover compound, Fe 2 II [NbIV(CN)8](4-pyridinealdoxime)8 · 2H2O. In this chapter, utilizing an advantage of spin-crossover phenomenon that can be controlled by ligand substitution, a cyanido-bridged metal assembly was synthesized using FeII, [NbIV(CN)8], and 4-methylpyridine and obtained Fe 2 II [NbIV(CN)8](4-methylpyridine)8 · 2H2O. As a result, I succeeded in observing coexistence of two step spin-crossover behavior and light-induced spin-crossover magnetization.

Keywords

Two-step spin-crossover Cyanido-bridged metal assembly Photo-induced magnetization Iron(II) Octacyanidoniobate(IV) 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.The University of TokyoTokyoJapan

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