﻿ ﻿﻿ Cooperative spin crossover in mono- and binuclear cluster compounds
 Articolul precedent Articolul urmator 259 0 SM ISO690:2012 KLOKISHNER, Sophia I.; PALII, Andrew; OSTROVSKY, Sergei M.; REU, Oleg; TSUKERBLAT, Boris; LIU, Shixia; DECURTINS, Silvio. Cooperative spin crossover in mono- and binuclear cluster compounds. In: Materials Science and Condensed Matter Physics. Editia a 8-a, 12-16 septembrie 2016, Chişinău. Chişinău: Institutul de Fizică Aplicată, 2016, p. 48. ISBN 978-9975-9787-1-2. EXPORT metadate: Google Scholar Crossref CERIF DataCiteDublin Core
Materials Science and Condensed Matter Physics
Editia a 8-a, 2016
Conferința "International Conference on Materials Science and Condensed Matter Physics"
8-th Edition, Chişinău, Moldova, 12-16 septembrie 2016

 Cooperative spin crossover in mono- and binuclear cluster compounds

Pag. 48-48

 Klokishner Sophia I.1, Palii Andrew1, Ostrovsky Sergei M.1, Reu Oleg1, Tsukerblat Boris2, Liu Shixia3, Decurtins Silvio3 1 Institute of Applied Physics, Academy of Sciences of Moldova,2 Ben-Gurion University,3 University of Bern Disponibil în IBN: 18 iulie 2019

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A new microscopic approach to the problem of cooperative spin crossover in crystals containing mono- or binuclear clusters as structural units is suggested. As for a single impurity center [1] the coupling of each spin crossover ion to both molecular vibrations and phonons is taken into account and shown to give rise to a cooperative interaction bilinear on molecular  and crystalline normal coordinates. Besides this intercluster interaction responsible for the spin transformation the crystal Hamiltonian also contains the coupling of the electrons of each spin crossover center to local vibrations. In addition, for binuclear cluster compounds the model allows for different strength Coulomb interaction [2] in the pairs of ions in the ls-ls, hs-ls and hs-hs (ls‒low-spin, hs‒high-spin) states. Within the framework of the suggested approach all types of the observed spin transitions in mononuclear cluster compounds can be described and, namely, the gradual and abrupt transitions as well as the transition with a single hysteresis loop. As to crystals containing as a structural element binuclear clusters  the model reproduces (i) the one step ls-ls to hs-hs transition in which both ions pass from the ls state to the hs state; (ii) the two- step transitions with a plateau and two-step transitions with a hysteresis loop on one or both steps; (iii) partial transitions in which only one ion changes its spin state, while another remains in the hs-state in the whole temperature range. Within the framework of the developed approach the experimental data on spin transitions in the mononuclear [Fe(ptz)6](BF4)2, binuclear [Fe(bpym)(NCSe)2]2bpym and [Fe(bt)(NCS)2]2bpym cluster compounds have been reproduced (Fig.1).

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