S10 Recent advances in inorganic coordination compound-based magnetic systems

Conference building 3F, Shirakashi Conference Room 1

Date: August 2(AM), 3(Day), 4(AM)

Professor Kunio Awaga, Nagoya University, Japan
Distinguished Professor Katsuya Inoue, Hiroshima University, Japan
CNRS Senior Researcher Rodolphe Clérac, Centre de Recherche Paul Pascal, France
Professor Li-Min Zheng, Nanjing University, China
Distinguished Professor of Chemistry. Joel S. Miller, University of Utah, USA

Keynote Speakers

Rodolphe Clérac, Centre de Recherche Paul Pascal (CRPP), France

Kim Dunbar, Texas A&M University, USA

Annie Powell, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany

Ming-Liang Tong, Sun Yat Sen University, China

Li-Min Zheng, Nanjing University, China

Keywords of the session

Magnetic coordination compounds, Magnetic ordering, Spin frustration,Single molecule and single chain magnets, Spin crossover, Photoinduced magnetism, Multiferroics

Scope of the session

The magnetic behavior of inorganic coordination compounds is an important contemporary aspect of inorganic coordination compounds, as many unusual phenomena occur, especially for complexes with unusual structures and oxidation states. In addition to simple paramagnetic behavior, spin crossover resulting from low to high spin transitions, valence tautomerization, or a change in the Jahn-Teller distortion axis, single molecule and single chain superparamagnetic behavior, photoinduced, spin frustration and spin glass as well as magnetic ordering as artificial antiferromagnets, canted antiferromagnets, ferrimagnets, ferromagnets, and chiral magnets occur for inorganic coordination complexes. The chemistry of these materials, their associated properties and theoretical perspectives as well as their technological applications including the development of photocatalysis, electrocatalysis and multi-functional materials will be the focus of this session that will nucleate discussions and collaborations between the speakers and the audience in the oral and poster sessions.