Effects of disorder on the thermoelectric power and electrical conductivity of TTT2I3
(Tetrathiatetracene)2(iodide )3 is a quasi-one-dimensional organic metal consisting of segregated stacks of (TTT) cation radicals and polyiodide chains. we report the results of a study of the thermoelectric power and electrical conductivity measurements on single crystals of TTT2I3 in which the degree of disorder is varied. Effects of disorder on the phase transition and low temperature conductivity are discussed.
KeywordsCation Radical Thermoelectric Power Electrical Conductivity Measurement Layer Line Organic Metal
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