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Slow-spin relaxation of a low-spin S = 1/2 FeIII carborane complex

Slow-spin relaxation of a low-spin S = 1/2 FeIII carborane complex

Scientific Highlights Tuneable and low cost molecular electronics 17 May 2019 720 hits icmabcsic
Ana B. BuadesVictor S. ArderiuLindley MaxwellMartín AmozaDuane Choquesillo-LazarteNúria Aliaga-AlcaldeClara ViñasFrancesc Teixidor* and  Eliseo Ruiz*.  Chem. Commun., 2019,55, 3825-3828. 

DOI:10.1039/C9CC01123D

In this communication, we report the first evidence of slow-spin relaxation of a low-spin FeIII carborane complex. Iron S = 1/2 complexes showing such behaviour are particularly appealing as qubit candidates because they fulfil some of the main requirements to reach long decoherence times, such as moderate magnetic anisotropy, small spin, metal element mainly with zero-nuclear spin and furthermore, large versatility to introduce chemical modifications.

 

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