Publication date: Oct 14, 2020
This record contain data to support the result we published in the work "Collective All‐Carbon Magnetism in Triangulene Dimers". Triangular zigzag nanographenes, such as triangulene and its π‐extended homologues, have received widespread attention as organic nanomagnets for molecular spintronics, and may serve as building blocks for high‐spin networks with long‐range magnetic order, which are of immense fundamental and technological relevance. In the publication we present the on‐surface synthesis and a proof‐of‐principle experimental study of magnetism in covalently bonded triangulene dimers. On‐surface reactions of rationally designed precursor molecules on Au(111) lead to the selective formation of triangulene dimers in which the triangulene units are either directly connected through their minority sublattice atoms, or are separated via a 1,4‐phenylene spacer.
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|2020.122 (version v1) [This version]||Oct 14, 2020||DOI10.24435/materialscloud:5k-rm|