Electrochemical Syntheses and Electrochromic Properties of Chromium Cyanide Magnetic Thin Films
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Electrochemical preparation method and electromic properties of the mixed valence chromium cyanide thin film, which is one of the ferrimagnet with highest critical temparature (T<SUB>c</SUB>) among molecule-based magnets, were described. The difference in the ability of the ligand substitution reaction between Cr<SUP>II</SUP> and Cr<SUP>III</SUP> was utilized to synthesize the prussian blue analogs. The obtained magnetic material exhibited an excellent electrochromic properties. This indicates the compound has a potential for future display devices, as well as tunable molecule-based magnetic devices.
- Chemistry Letters
Chemistry Letters 1997(1), 37-38, 1997-01
The Chemical Society of Japan