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Spin frustration in antiperovskite systems: (TTF˙+ or TSF˙+)3[(Mo6X14)2−Y−]

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Abstract

Two novel antiperovskite charge-transfer (CT) solids composed of a tetraselenafulvalene radical cation (TSF˙+), a dianionic molybdenum cluster unit [Mo6X14]2−, and a halogen anion (Y−) (X, Y = Cl, Br) were prepared by electrocrystallization. Their crystal structures and magnetic properties with regard to spin frustration are discussed together with those of isostructural tetrathiafulvalene (TTF) CT solids previously reported. Both TSF and TTF salts have an apex sharing distorted octahedral spin lattice with a rhombohedral R space group. The calculated overlap integrals based on the crystal structures and insulating nature of the TSF salts indicate that they are Mott insulators. Their spin susceptibilities obeyed the Curie–Weiss law and exhibited an antiferromagnetic ordering at lower temperatures for the TSF salts (Néel temperature, TN = 3.0 K for X = Y = Cl and 5.5 K for X = Y = Br) than the TTF salts. The Curie–Weiss temperatures (\textbarΘCW\textbar ∼ 1.6–6.3 K) for the TSF salts are lower than those of the TTF salts. For the TSF salts, spin-flop behavior was detected at 3.2 T for X = Y = Cl and 1.5 T for X = Y = Br at 1.9 K. Due to both the distortion of the octahedral geometry of the spin lattice and the anisotropic molecular orientation, the geometrical spin frustrations in TSF and TTF systems are weakened

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hal-01236446 , version 1 (01-12-2015)

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Takaaki Hiramatsu, Yukihiro Yoshida, Gunzi Saito, Akihiro Otsuka, Hideki Yamochi, et al.. Spin frustration in antiperovskite systems: (TTF˙+ or TSF˙+)3[(Mo6X14)2−Y−]. Journal of Materials Chemistry C, 2015, 3 (42), pp.11046--11054. ⟨10.1039/C5TC02075A⟩. ⟨hal-01236446⟩
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