Lanthanide Coordination Chemistry Lab - Mathematical and Engineers Science Department - University Bernardo O`Higgins (Chile)
Center for Development of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology - University of Santiago of Chile (Chile)
Friday April 14, 2023 - 10:00 a.m.
University of Rennes 1 – Beaulieu Campus
Building 10B, Grandjean Amphitheater
Organometallics: Materials and Catalysis team
The plasticity of the coordination chemistry of Lanthanoid ions (LnIII) has allow the design of novel coordination compounds based on organic ligands and also on inorganic ligands. The combination of both types of ligands can produce hybrid inorganic-organic LnIII complexes with interesting magnetic and optical properties.
Figure 1: The structural analysis reflects that the nature of the heteroatom of the inorganic ligand can induce changes in the geometry of the LnIII ion, and therefore, affects the magnetic properties of the system.
Contact: Olivier Cador (3 57 12) – olivier [dot] cadoruniv-rennes [dot] fr