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N-Salicylideneamine Derivatives with TEMPO Substituents
AbstractThree N-salicylideneamine derivatives bearing TEMPO (2,2,6,6-tetra- methyl-1-piperidinyloxy) substituents were prepared in order to study their structure and property relationships and to investigate the possibilities of the existence of heat and/or light responsive magnetic properties. Curie-Weiss behavior with weak ferromagnetic intermolecular spin-spin interactions was observed in one of the radicals, while antiferromagnetic interactions were predominant for the other radicals and the structure-property relationships were investigated for the radical compounds from their crystal structures obtained by X-ray analyses. Preliminary results of the examination of their responses towards light and heat are also described.
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Hata, M.; Akutsu, H.; Yamada, J.-I.; Nakatsuji, S. N-Salicylideneamine Derivatives with TEMPO Substituents. Molecules 2004, 9, 746-756.View more citation formats
Hata M, Akutsu H, Yamada J-I, Nakatsuji S. N-Salicylideneamine Derivatives with TEMPO Substituents. Molecules. 2004; 9(9):746-756.Chicago/Turabian Style
Hata, Masayuki; Akutsu, Hiroki; Yamada, Jun-ichi; Nakatsuji, Shin’ichi. 2004. "N-Salicylideneamine Derivatives with TEMPO Substituents." Molecules 9, no. 9: 746-756.
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