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On-off optical switching of the magnetic and structural properties in a spin-crossover complex
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FIG. 1.

(a) On-off optical switching of the density of the high-spin species measured at . The gray horizontal bar represents the on-off action of the excitation light at . (b) Excitation power density dependence of in the “on phase” at .

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FIG. 2.

X-ray powder diffraction patterns of at under photoexcitation (: black curve) and without photoexcitation (gray curve).

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FIG. 3.

(a) Cell volume of at against excitation power density . Closed and open circles stand for the LS phase and the on phase, respectively. (b) Mass fraction of the on phase against . A broken straight line is merely the guide for the eyes.

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FIG. 4.

(Color) (a) Ball and stick picture of the molecule. Isodensity surface contour of the molecule in (b) the LS phase at , (c) the on phase at , and (d) the HS phase at , determined by the MEM/Rietveld analysis.


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Table I.

Geometry of the octahedron of . (, 2, and 3) is the bond distance. ∑ is defined by the sum of the absolute values of the deviation from 90° of the 12 cis angles of the octahedron. and are the cell volume and the volume of the octahedron, respectively. These values were determined by the Rietveld analysis of the x-ray powder diffraction patterns. and atoms are located on 1,10-phenanthroline, while are on ion.


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Scitation: On-off optical switching of the magnetic and structural properties in a spin-crossover complex