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One-Dimensional Partially Oxidized Tetracyanoplatinate Metals: New Results and Summary

  • Jack M. Williams
  • Arthur J. Schultz
Part of the Nato Conference Series book series (NATOCS, volume 1)

Abstract

In this section we have been requested to review the status of research dealing with the physical and chemical properties of partially oxidized tetracyanoplatinate (POTCP) complexes and their analogues of which the prototype is K2[Pt(CN)4]Br0.3⋅3H2O, “KCP(X)” where X = Br- or Cl-.1 If such a request for an up-to-date review had been proferred less than 5 years ago, there would have been very few partially oxidized tetracyanoplatinate POTCP analogues, other than KCP(Cl) and KCP(Br), to discuss. Fortunately, in the past two years a large number of new POTCP complexes with unique physical properties have been synthesized. The new salts display among other things, vastly different materials properties, differing degrees of partial oxidation (DPO) of the Pt atoms, unusual and variable crystal structures, and in some cases electrical conductivities (greatly increased!) over that of prototypic KCP(Br,Cl). Our search to characterize POTCP materials is based on the goal of determining what determines their unique properties, as expressed in 1974 by Bloch and Weisman:2 “It appears likely that the partially oxidized Krogmann salts are chemically unique systems in which, by accident, a set of rather exacting energetic and structural criteria are simultaneously satisfied”.

Keywords

Partial Oxidation Charge Density Wave Thermal Ellipsoid Room Temperature Conductivity Peierls Transition 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Jack M. Williams
    • 1
  • Arthur J. Schultz
    • 1
  1. 1.Chemistry DivisionArgonne National LaboratoryArgonneUSA

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