Design and Study of One-Dimensional Organic Conductors I: The Role of Structural Disorder
Much of this conference has been devoted to transport in materials which, like most organic solids, are relatively poor conductors of electricity. In this pair of talks I should like to address the rather different set of problems surrounding the small but growing class of organic compounds whose conductivities are quite substantial, even approaching those of common metals.
KeywordsStructural Disorder Random Potential Magnetic Insulator Frenkel Exciton Peierls Transition
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