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Beginning with an introductory chapter describing the spin-crossover phenomenon and a historical overview of the field since it was first observed in the 1930s, this book looks at recent advances in the chemistry of "traditional" spin-crossover complexes and materials containing iron(II), iron(III) or cobalt(II). Other topics include various types of spin-state transition, multi-functional and nanoscale spin-crossover materials, and new experimental and theoretical discoveries about the physical mechanism of spin-crossover at the molecular level and in bulk materials.
Table of Contents
List of Contributors xv
1 The Development of Spin-Crossover Research 1 Keith S. Murray
1.1 Introduction 1
1.2 Discrete Clusters of SCO Compounds 4
1.3 1D Chains of FeII SCO Materials 22
1.4 1D Chains of FeIII SCO Materials 28
1.5 2D Sheets of FeII SCO Materials 29
1.6 3D Porous SCO Materials 30
1.7 Some Recent Developments in Mononuclear SCO FeII, FeIII and CoII Compounds 33
1.8 Multifunctional/Hybrid SCO Materials 37
1.9 Developments in Instrumental Methods in Spin-Crossover Measurements 40
1.10 Applications of Molecular Spin-Crossover Compounds 41