Pedersen, K. S.2; Sigrist, M.2; Weihe, H.2; Bond, Andrew David3; Thuesen, C. A.2; Simonsen, K. P.2; Birk, T.2; Mutka, H.2; Barra, A. L.2; Bendix, J.2
1 Department of Physics, Chemistry and Pharmacy, Faculty of Science, SDU2 unknown3 Department of Physics, Chemistry and Pharmacy, Faculty of Science, SDU
The nature of the magnetic interaction through fluoride in a simple, dinuclear manganese(III) complex (1), bridged by a single fluoride ion in a perfectly linear fashion, is established by experiment and density functional theory. The magnitude of the antiferromagnetic exchange interaction and the manganese(III) zero-field-splitting parameters are unambiguously determined by inelastic neutron scattering to yield J = 33.0(2) cm(-1) ((H) over cap = J (S-1) over cap.(S-2) over cap Hamiltonian definition) and single-ion D = -4.0(1) cm(-1). Additionally, high-field, high-frequency electron paramagnetic resonance and magnetic measurements support the parameter values and resolve vertical bar E vertical bar approximate to 0.04 cm(-1). The exchange coupling constant (J) is 1 order of magnitude smaller than that found in comparable systems with linear oxide bridging but comparable to typical magnitudes through cyanide, thus underlining the potential of fluoride complexes as promising building blocks for novel magnetic systems.
Inorganic Chemistry, 2014, Vol 53, Issue 10, p. 5013-5019