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Linking rings through diamines and clusters: Exploring synthetic methods for making magnetic quantum gates

DOI: 10.1002/anie.200502505 DOI Help
PMID: 16158454 PMID Help

Authors: Marco Affronte (I.N.F.M.-S3 National Research Center) , Ian Casson (The University of Manchester) , Marco Evangelisti (I.N.F.M.-S3 National Research Center) , Andrea Candini (I.N.F.M.-S3 National Research Center) , Stefano Carretta (Università di Parma) , Christopher A. Muryn (University of Manchester) , Simon J. Teat (Diamond Light Source) , Grigore Timco (The University of Manchester) , Wolfgang Wernsdorfer (Laboratoire Louis Néel—CNRS) , Richard E. P. Winpenny (University of Manchester)
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Type: Journal Paper
Journal: Angewandte Chemie International Edition , VOL 44 (40) , PAGES 6496-6500

State: Published (Approved)
Published: October 2005

Abstract: Gates leading from cages: Linked paramagnetic cage complexes could potentially be used as quantum gates for quantum information processing. Experiments demonstrate that it is possible to link octanuclear {Cr7Ni} rings through both organic and metalׯrganic fragments into supramolecular dimers (see structure; Cr green, Ni light green, Cu orange, F yellow, O red, N blue, C black).

Journal Keywords: Cage Compounds; Chromium; Heterometallic Complexes; Quantum Computing; Supramolecular Chemistry

Subject Areas: Chemistry

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Molecular Complexes Chemistry Organometallic Chemistry

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