Synthesis and properties of Cu(II)-based low-dimensional molecular magnetic materials
Mark M. Turnbull
Carlson School of Chemistry, Clark University
Time & Place
Wed, 10 May 2017 12:00:00 NZST in Rutherford Room 531
All are welcome
The discovery of the cuprate-based high-temperature superconductors, well isolated two-dimensional coordination polymers, sparked a renewed interest in the mechanism of magnetic exchange and the design and preparation of lowdimensional magnetic materials. We have developed a program to investigate magnetostructural correlations in Cu(II)-based materials through the preparation and analysis of systems ranging from simple dimers to magnetic ladders and twodimensional layers. Both solution methods and mechanochemical techniques have been applied and the syntheses, structures and magnetic properties of these materials will be described.