Organic Conductors, Superconductors and Magnets: From Synthesis to Molecular Electronics
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BeschreibungThe book covers different aspects of the chemistry and physics of molecular materials, including organic synthesis of specific organic donors and ligands, organic metals and superconductors, molecule-based magnets, multiproperty materials and organic-inorganic hybrids. The 17 chapters are written by some of the most authoritative authors in their field. The two last chapters are devoted to molecular electronics and devices, in particular the achievements and potential for applications. An excellent work for all students and researchers in organic conductors, superconductors and molecule based magnets.
InhaltsverzeichnisMacrocyclic, Molecular, and Supramolecular TTF Systems.
Design of Organic (Super)Conductors and Study of Their Physical Properties.
From Quasi-One-Dimensional Conductors Based on TCNQ Salts to the First Quasi-Two-Dimensional Superconductors at Ambient Pressure Based on BEDT-TTF Triiodides.
Organic-inorganic Hybrids: the Best of Both Worlds?.
Development of Single-Component Molecular Metals and Magnetic Molecular Superconductors.
Multiproperties Molecular Materials: Synergy between Electrical Conductivity and Magnetic Interactions.
Unconventional Properties of TTF-Based Organic Magnetic Conductors.
Multifuctionality in Molecular Conductors and Magnets.
Near-IR Spectroscopy as A Tool To Monitor The Purification of Single-Walled Carbon Nanotube Films by Thermal Oxidation.
Metal Fulleride Salts: Prototypes of Highly Correlated Molecular Systems.
Nanoengineering Route to Two-Dimensional Hybrid Materials.
Physical Properties of Thin Molecular Organized Films.
The Role of Organic Conductors in a World of Nanoscience.
Thin Films and Nano-Objects of Molecule-Based Materials.
Three Unimolecular Rectifiers and a Proposed Unimolecular Amplifier.
The Design, Characterization and Use of Molecules in Molecular Devices.
Untertitel: Book. Sprache: Englisch.
Erscheinungsdatum: Februar 2004
Seitenanzahl: 344 Seiten