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New Issue:: Current Inorganic Chemistry 7, Issue 1

Current Inorganic Chemistry, a peer-reviewed journal, publishing original research, review articles and guest edited thematic issues in all areas of inorganic chemistry. The journal’s scope includes the synthesis, crystal structure, physical methods, thermodynamics, reactivity, spectroscopy, electronic and bonding properties of significant new and known (bio) inorganic and organometallic compounds.

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Articles from the journal Current Inorganic Chemistry 7, Issue 1:

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Most Accessed Article – Single Laser Shot Spin State Switching of {FeII(pz)[Pt(CN)4]} Inside Thermal Hysteresis Studied by X-ray Diffraction – Current Inorganic Chemistry

Journal: Current Inorganic Chemistry

Author(s): Eric Collet, Laura Henry, Lucia Piñeiro-López, Loïc Toupet, José Antonio Real.

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Abstract:

Background: Photoinduced phase transitions represent a new way to control physical properties of materials by light. Achieving macroscopic and complete switching with a single laser pulse is of great interest for various applications, especially in the bistable hysteresis domain. Spin-crossover materials are prototype photoactive systems and various physical properties (magnetic, chromic, dielectric…) switch by light between low spin and high spin states.

Objective: It is of fundamental interest to understand how the photoswitching initiated by a single ns laser pulse occurs inside the thermal hysteresis. For this purpose, we investigate the photoresponse of the spincrossover {FeII(pz)[Pt(CN)4]} material.

Method: The photoinduced transformation inside the thermal hysteresis is investigated by combining the complementary optical microscopy and x-ray diffraction techniques, which are sensitive electronic and structural reorganizations. Results: These single-crystal studies show that a complete conversion from low spin to high spin states can be reached with a single laser shot above a threshold excitation density, as previously reported by Bousseksou by Raman spectroscopy. The structural reorganization after a single laser pulse is similar to the one observed during the complete thermal conversion from low spin to high spin states. Partial conversions, obtained with weaker excitation densities, are associated with the formation of high spin domains, evidenced by x-ray diffraction.

Conclusion: Our results show that the photoinduced phase transition is stabilized by an important volume change. In addition, the non-linear response to light excitation density indicates that the process is mainly driven by the temperature jump of the crystal following laser excitation.

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Testimonial by Spyros Perlepes!

Spyros Perlepes

Contributed Article: “Nickel(II) Coordination Clusters Based on N-salicylidene-4-chloro-o-aminophenol: Synthetic and Structural Studies

 

Wishing A Very Happy Birthday to Prof. Dr. Yann Garcia!

Prof . Dr . Yann Garcia

Prof. Dr. Yann Garcia

EDITOR-IN-CHIEF: Current Inorganic Chemistry

Université Catholique de Louvain Institute of Condensed Matter and Nanosciences, Molecules, Solids and Reactivity (IMCN/MOST)
Louvain-la-Neuve
Belgium

 

A very Happy Birthday to Prof. Yann Garcia!

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Editor-in-Chief: Current Inorganic Chemistry

Yann Garcia

Université Catholique de Louvain Institute of Condensed Matter and Nanosciences, Molecules, Solids and Reactivity (IMCN/MOST)
Louvain-la-Neuve
Belgium

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New Issue ::: Current Inorganic Chemistry, 6 Issue 1

Current Inorganic Chemistry, a peer-reviewed journal, publishing original research, review articles and guest edited thematic issues in all areas of inorganic chemistry. The journal’s scope includes the synthesis, crystal structure, physical methods, thermodynamics, reactivity, spectroscopy, electronic and bonding properties of significant new and known (bio) inorganic and organometallic compounds.

Current Inorganic Chemistry is an important and reliable source of information on current developments, research and theory in the field. The emphasis is on publishing high quality articles.

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Articles from the journal in Current Inorganic Chemistry, 6 Issue 1

  • LIESST Effect in Fe(II) 1,2,4-Triazole Chains
  • Dynamics of Photoinduced Phase Transitions in a Prussian Blue Analog Studied by CN Vibrational Spectroscopy
  • Structural and Magnetic Studies of Novel 1–D Cyanido–bridged [CuII(Me2en)][CuII(Me2en)2][MoIV(CN)8]·6H2O Chain
  • Rubidium Manganese Hexacyanoferrate Solid Solutions: Towards Hidden Phases
  • Direct Optical Microscopy Observation of Photo-Induced Effects and Thermal Relaxation in a Spin Crossover Single Crystal
  • Dynamical Behavior of the Charge Transfer Phase Transition in Dithiooxalato-Bridged Iron Mixed-Valence System
  • Single Laser Shot Spin State Switching of {FeII(pz)[Pt(CN)4]} Inside Thermal Hysteresis Studied by X-ray Diffraction

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Recently Published Issue of the Journal Current Inorganic Chemistry

Current Inorganic Chemistry, a peer-reviewed journal, publishing original research, review articles and guest edited thematic issues in all areas of inorganic chemistry. The journal’s scope includes the synthesis, crystal structure, physical methods, thermodynamics, reactivity, spectroscopy, electronic and bonding properties of significant new and known (bio) inorganic and organometallic compounds.

Following are the articles from the journal Current Inorganic Chemistry, 5 Issue 1:

Editorial: (Thematic Issue: Recent Advances in Chemistry and Applications of Oximes and their Metal Complexes: Part I)

Author: Nikolay Gerasimchuk

 

Article: Coordination Polymers and Oligonuclear Systems Based on Oximate or Hydroxamate Building Blocks: Magnetic and Sorption Properties

Author(s): A. V. Pavlishchuk, Yu. A. Satska, S. V. Kolotilov and I. O. Fritsky

 

Article: Doubly Thiocyanato(S,N)-Bridged Dinuclear Complexes of Mercury(II) from the Use of 2-pyridyl Oximes as Capping Ligands

Author(s): Panagiota Danelli, Zoi G. Lada, Catherine P. Raptopoulou, Vassilis Psycharis, Theocharis C. Stamatatos and Spyros P. Perlepes

 

Article: Structural Peculiarities of Cyanoximes and their Anions: Co-crystallization of Two Diastereomers and Formation of Acid-salts

Author(s): Nikolay N. Gerasimchuk, Ilia Guzei and Pal Sipos

 

Article: Formation of Ni(II) Oxime-Bridged Basket-Like Complexes and their Structural Aspects

Author(s): Malgorzata Holynska

 

Article: Reactivity of Coordinated α-Dioximate Ribbed Fragments of the iron (II) Clathrochelate Framework in the System DMSO–H2O–Fe(II)–H2O2

Author(s): Alexey B. Burdukov, Mikhail A. Vershinin, Natalie V. Pervukhina, Ilia V. Eltsov and Yan Z. Voloshin

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