The Chemistry of Anisotropic Organic Materials
Our research over the past two years has been guided by two approaches: l) systematic testing of various parameters suggested to be important by current theories and 2) synthesis of new compounds (ignoring the theorists) with the hope of obtaining a solid having new, exotic properties. Naturally, this presentation will be divided into two major parts along the above guidelines.
KeywordsElectron Spin Resonance Magnetic Susceptibility Room Temperature Conductivity Carbonyl Chloride Tetraphenylarsonium Chloride
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