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|Title:||A comprehensive study of exchange coupling in a macrocyclic binuclear copper(II) complex in the solid and solution states|
|Citation:||Inorganic Chemistry, 34(1), 270-277|
|Abstract:||The exchange-coupled magnetic behavior of a macrocyclic copper(II) aza-amido complex has been studied by a variety of methods both in the solid and solution states. Differences in magnetic interactions in these states have been observed. The solution state studies have been performed using temperature-dependent 1H NMR chemical shifts caused by the antiferromagnetic nature of the complex. The resulting exchange coupling constants have been compared with the theoretically calculated results. Temperature dependent spin-lattice relaxation time (T1) measured by the inversion recovery method indicates that the relaxation rate is found to be dominated by electron nuclear dipolar coupling modulated by exchange. ? 1995 American Chemical Society.|
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