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Dr. Martin B. Duriska, Dr. Suzanne M. Neville, Dr. Boujemaa Moubaraki, Prof. Keith S. Murray, Dr. Chérif Balde, Dr. Jean-François Létard, Prof. Cameron J. Kepert and Prof. Stuart R. Batten A Family of Discrete Magnetically Switchable Nanoballs ChemPlusChem 77

Version of Record online: 30 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1002/cplu.201200123

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Nanoswitches: A family of 3 nm sized metallosupramolecular “nanoballs” can be switched between high spin and low spin states by change in temperature or irradiation by light, and they are the largest discrete spin-crossover molecules reported to date (see structure). Variation of axial iron-bound NCX ligands leads to increasing transition temperatures and more complete spin transitions in the order X=S<Se<BH3.

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