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Molecular Metals

  • William E. Hatfield

Part of the Nato Conference Series book series (NATOCS, volume 1)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xi
  2. Klaus Bechgaard
    Pages 1-6
  3. A. W. Addison, J. P. Barnier, V. Gujral, Y. Hoyano, S. Huizinga, L. Weiler
    Pages 15-21
  4. A. F. Garito, M. P. Cava, M. V. Lakshmikantham
    Pages 23-29
  5. Edward M. Engler, Robert R. Schumaker, Frank B. Kaufman
    Pages 31-34
  6. Joel S. Miller, Arthur J. Epstein
    Pages 35-41
  7. Y. Tomkiewicz, E. M. Engler, B. A. Scott, S. J. La Placa, H. Brom
    Pages 43-49
  8. H. J. Keller, W. Moroni, D. Nöthe, V. Seifried, M. Werner
    Pages 75-79
  9. Kenneth J. Klabunde, Robert G. Gastinger, Thomas J. Groshens, Michael Brezinski
    Pages 81-86
  10. Z. G. Soos, S. Mazumdar, T. T. P. Cheung
    Pages 141-148
  11. R. H. Baughman, S. L. Hsu, L. R. Anderson, G. P. Pez, A. J. Signorelli
    Pages 187-201
  12. R. L. Greene, T. C. Clarke, W. D. Gill, P. M. Grant, J. F. Kwak, G. B. Street
    Pages 203-207
  13. D. Bloor, C. L. Hubble, D. J. Ando
    Pages 243-247
  14. D. Bloor, D. J. Ando, D. A. Fisher, C. L. Hubble
    Pages 249-253
  15. A. F. Garito, A. R. McGhie, P. S. Kalyanaraman
    Pages 255-260
  16. F. Lincoln Vogel
    Pages 261-279
  17. F. Lincoln Vogel, Claude Zeller
    Pages 289-291
  18. N. Bartlett, R. N. Biagioni, G. McCarron, B. McQuillan, F. Tanzella
    Pages 293-299
  19. Steven L. Suib, John E. Chalgren, Galen D. Stucky, Richard J. Blattner, Paul F. Weller
    Pages 333-336
  20. Brian M. Hoffman, Terry E. Phillips, Charles J. Schramm, Scott K. Wright
    Pages 393-398
  21. David B. Brown, James T. Wrobleski
    Pages 399-406
  22. Scott R. Wilson, Peter J. Corvan, Reginald P. Seiders, Derek J. Hodgson, Maurice Brookhart, William E. Hatfield et al.
    Pages 407-414
  23. L. Alcácer, H. Novais, F. Pedroso
    Pages 415-418
  24. Susumu Yoshimura
    Pages 471-489
  25. K. Bechgaard, A. Bloch, P. Delhaes, L. Interrante, D. Jerome, S. Kagoshima et al.
    Pages 493-504
  26. R. H. Baughman, R. L. Greene, A. G. MacDiarmid, M. Schmidt, Z. Soos, G. B. Street et al.
    Pages 505-510
  27. D. Bloor, R. Comès, V. J. Emery, E. Engler, S. Flandrois, A. Garito et al.
    Pages 511-516
  28. L. Alcacer, R. J. H. Clark, W. E. Hatfield, K. Klabunde, J. S. Miller, G. D. Stucky et al.
    Pages 517-525
  29. D. B. Brown, K. Carneiro, P. Day, B. Hoffman, H. J. Keller, W. A. Little et al.
    Pages 527-533

About this book

Introduction

During the past few years there has been intense research activity in the design, synthesis, and characterization of materials which are formed from molecular precursors, and which have high or metal-like electrical conductivities, i.e. dcr/dT < O. It has been widely supposed that these new materials, which are commonly called molecular metals, would be pressed into service, for example as devices. Up to now, widespread, practical applications of these sub­ stances have not developed. The NATO Advanced Research Institute on Molecular Metals at Les Arcs, France, September 10-16, 1978 was organized to discuss the scientific and technological potential of research and development in this field. The proceedings of the Institute constitute this book. Several lectures were devoted to the assessment of the present status of research on systems which serve to define major components of the field. The systems which were discussed included TTF-TCNQ, platinum chain compounds, (SN)x, polyacetylene, polydiacetylene, graphite intercalation compounds, and mercury chain compounds. One lecture dealt with the status and potential of techriological applica­ tions of molecular, semiconducting and metallic materials. Texts accompanying these lectures are included in the book. In addition to the lectures, poster presentations of new results were held; these papers are also included here.

Keywords

design development material materials mercury metallic materials metals platinum polymer research semiconductors service spectroscopy

Editors and affiliations

  • William E. Hatfield
    • 1
  1. 1.University of North CarolinaChapel HillUSA

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