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An investigation of the first-order spin-state transition in Fe(Phen)(2)(NCS)(2) EXAFS and infrared spectroscopy

Sankar, G; Thomas, JM; Varma, V; Kulkarni, GU; Rao, CNR; (1996) An investigation of the first-order spin-state transition in Fe(Phen)(2)(NCS)(2) EXAFS and infrared spectroscopy. CHEM PHYS LETT , 251 (1-2) 79 - 83.

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Abstract

The structure of Fe(Phen)(2)(NCS)(2) has been examined across the first-order spin-state transition by EXAFS with full multiple scattering analysis. The EXAFS data at 298 K can be satisfactorily assigned to the high-spin state, but the analysis of the low-temperature data at 90 K is not entirely unequivocal, although consistent with the predominant presence of the low-spin state. That some proportion of the high-spin state remains at low temperatures, well below the first-order transition, is clearly evidenced in the infrared spectra, suggesting possible sublattice ordering.

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Title:An investigation of the first-order spin-state transition in Fe(Phen)(2)(NCS)(2) EXAFS and infrared spectroscopy
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UCL classification:UCL > School of BEAMS > Faculty of Maths and Physical Sciences > Chemistry

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