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dc.contributor.authorPapatriantafyllopoulou, Constantinaen
dc.contributor.authorMoushi, Eleni E.en
dc.contributor.authorChristou, Georgeen
dc.contributor.authorTasiopoulos, Anastasios J.en
dc.creatorPapatriantafyllopoulou, Constantinaen
dc.creatorMoushi, Eleni E.en
dc.creatorChristou, Georgeen
dc.creatorTasiopoulos, Anastasios J.en
dc.titleFilling the gap between the quantum and classical worlds of nanoscale magnetism: giant molecular aggregates based on paramagnetic 3d metal ions[ONLINE]en
dc.typeinfo:eu-repo/semantics/article Σχολή Θετικών και Εφαρμοσμένων Επιστημών / Faculty of Pure and Applied SciencesΤμήμα Χημείας / Department of Chemistry
dc.description.notes<p>ID: 1131en
dc.description.notesIn: Chemical Society reviews RSC, Vol. 45, no. 6 (Mar. 2016), p.1597-1628.en
dc.description.notesSummary: AbstractThe syntheses, structures and magnetic properties of giant molecular 3d and 3d/4f paramagnetic metal clusters are surveyed. Such complexes combine fascinating crystal structures, interesting magnetic properties and sizes comparable to those of classical magnetic nanoparticles providing a powerful bottom-up approach to nanoscale magnetic materials.AbstractIn this review, aspects of the syntheses, structures and magnetic properties of giant 3d and 3d/4f paramagnetic metal clusters in moderate oxidation states are discussed. The term “giant clusters” is used herein to denote metal clusters with nuclearity of 30 or greater. Many synthetic strategies towards such species have been developed and are discussed in this paper. Attempts are made to categorize some of the most successful methods to giant clusters, but it will be pointed out that the characteristics of the crystal structures of such compounds including nuclearity, shape, architecture,etc.are unpredictable depending on the specific structural features of the included organic ligands, reaction conditions and other factors. The majority of the described compounds in this review are of special interest not only for their fascinating nanosized structures but also because they sometimes display interesting magnetic phenomena, such as ferromagnetic exchange interactions, large ground state spin values, single-molecule magnetism behaviour or impressively large magnetocaloric effects. In addition, they often possess the properties of both the quantum and the classical world, and thus their systematic study offers the potential for the discovery of new physical phenomena, as well as a better understanding of the existing ones. The research field of giant clusters is under continuous evolution and their intriguing structural characteristics and magnetism properties that attract the interest of synthetic Inorganic Chemists promise a brilliant future for this class of compounds.</p>en
dc.contributor.orcidTasiopoulos, Anastasios J. [0000-0002-4804-3822]
dc.contributor.orcidPapatriantafyllopoulou, Constantina [0000-0002-5652-7747]

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