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Check out our feature paper in the latest edition of Inorganics!

Valence tautomerism involves the coexistence of redox isomers with different charge and spin density distributions, induced by intramolecular electron transfer and stimuli like light, X-ray, or temperature variations. This study proposes chromium half-sandwich complexes as alternatives, highlighting their advantages, including easily adjustable oxidation potentials, CO ligands for infrared spectroscopy, and EPR activity at a more convenient temperature (77 K) compared to ferrocene complexes.




Congratulations to Franci for her Paper in Inorganic Chemistry

In this study, we report the synthesis of a new bis-(alkenylruthenium) complex, DBTTF-(ViRu)2, featuring a longitudinally extended π-conjugated dibenzotetrathiafulvalene (DBTTF) bridge. The research extends the understanding of organometallic tetrathiafulvalene-based compounds and their electrochemical properties.

Check out our latest paper in Inorganic Chemistry

Lars' study introduces seven new ferrocenyl-modified N,N′,N″-triethyltriazatruxenes (EtTATs) and a dodecyl counterpart, demonstrating their utility as molecular switching units on an Ag(111) surface. These compounds offer a promising avenue for high-density information storage and processing. Voltammetric studies reveal that the ferrocenyl residues of these compounds oxidize prior to the TAT core, leading to multiple electronic excitations in the near-infrared and visible spectra. EtTAT and its…

Congratulations to Moritz on his first paper

Harnessing the unique properties of diradical species has been a long-standing challenge in the field of molecular electronics. In this paper, Moritz Nau unveils a strategy for enhancing the stability of a diradical ferrocenium thioxanthyl radical valence tautomer and effectively suppressing its dimerization, along with that of its one-electron reduced neutral radical counterpart.

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