AM-6: a microporous one-dimensional ferromagnet

Rachel M. Yeates, Morag J. Murdoch, Peter D. Southon, Abbie McLaughlin, Russell Francis Howe, Francesca Bonino, Silvia Bordiga, Alessandro Damin

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Abstract

The vanadosilicate zeolite AM-6 is shown by a combination of spectroscopic techniques (UV-vis, Raman, XPS, XAS and EPR) to contain linear chains of alternating V=O and V-O bonds. The V(IV) ions in these chains are ferromagnetically coupled, and an excellent fit a to the susceptibility data with a one-dimensional Heisenberg model is obtained with J = 0.66(1) cm(-1). AM-6 is thus the first reported example of a microporous material incorporating one-dimensional ferromagnetic chains.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)8025-8032
Number of pages8
JournalDalton Transactions
Issue number38
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2009

Keywords

  • titanosilicate ETS-10
  • open-framework
  • magnetic-properties
  • hydrothermal synthesis
  • vanadium silicates
  • molecular-sieve
  • quantum wires
  • behavior
  • spectroscopy
  • adsoption

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Yeates, R. M., Murdoch, M. J., Southon, P. D., McLaughlin, A., Howe, R. F., Bonino, F., Bordiga, S., & Damin, A. (2009). AM-6: a microporous one-dimensional ferromagnet. Dalton Transactions, (38), 8025-8032. https://doi.org/10.1039/b908099f