• M Mon
  • A Pascual-Alvarez
  • TM Grancha
  • J Cano
  • J Ferrando-Soria
  • F Lloret
  • J Gascon
  • J Pasan
  • D Armentano
  • More Authors
Single-ion magnets (SIMs) are the smallest possible magnetic devices and are a controllable, bottom-up approach to nanoscale magnetism with potential applications in quantum computing and high-density information storage. In this work, we take advantage of the promising, but yet insufficiently explored, solid-state chemistry of metal–organic
frameworks (MOFs) to report the single-crystal to single-crystal inclusion of such molecular nanomagnets within the pores of a magnetic MOF. The resulting host– guest supramolecular aggregate is used as a playground in the first in-depth study on the interplay between the internal magnetic field created by the long-range magnetic ordering
of the structured MOF and the slow magnetic relaxationof the SIM
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)539-545
JournalChemistry a European Journal
Issue number2
Publication statusPublished - 2016

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