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Room-temperature spin crossover and Langmuir–Blodgett film formation of an iron(II) triazole complex featuring a long alkyl chain substituent: the tail that wags the dog

Kitchen, Jonathan A. ; White, Nicholas G. ; Gandolfi, Claudio ; Albrecht, Martin ; Jameson, Guy N. L. ; Tallon, Jeffery L. ; Brooker, Sally

In: Chemical Communications, 2010, vol. 46, no. 35, p. 6464-6466

[FeII(C₁₆dpt)₂(NCS)₂]·⅔H₂O displays temperature-mediated spin crossover (SCO) with T½ = 290 K and the long alkyl chain substituent on the dipyridyltriazole ligand facilitates the formation of a stable Langmuir–Blodgett film at an air–water interface. Plus

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    Summary
    [FeII(C₁₆dpt)₂(NCS)₂]·⅔H₂O displays temperature-mediated spin crossover (SCO) with T½ = 290 K and the long alkyl chain substituent on the dipyridyltriazole ligand facilitates the formation of a stable Langmuir–Blodgett film at an air–water interface.