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Molecular switches in carbon-rich organometallic compounds: Theoretical aspects.

Abstract : Organometallic complexes assocd. with an appropriate choice of ancillary ligands reveal to have a wide range of phys. properties leading to promising applications when incorporated in nano-size devices. The challenge is to design innovative multifunctional compds. based on redox active carbon-rich organometallics assocd. with spin carriers and/or photochromic units. A multidisciplinary approach in this area has proved to be efficient in a series a systems combining carbon-rich bridging ligands and redox metallic moieties. In this domain, the role of theor. investigations based on quantum mechanics tools have a crucial role in rationalizing and in helping designing systems possessing target properties. (c) 2015 American Institute of Physics.
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Karine Costuas. Molecular switches in carbon-rich organometallic compounds: Theoretical aspects.. AIP Conference Proceedings, American Institute of Physics, 2015, 1642, pp.461--464. ⟨10.1063/1.4906720⟩. ⟨hal-01153421⟩

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